The Panama American

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01950

Related Items

Related Items:
Panama America


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text
A y

. .

i. hp i i i i i i 1 1 i r

vV i

an i::::;::::::;t

DAILY KEVSPAFER

f

IMTKR NATIONAL AIR WAY

Jlst TEAR
k

McKEON MEETS COMMANDANT -i- 'Gen. Randolph McC., Pate,
Marine Corps Commandant, shakes hands with SSgt. Matthew
McKeon before testifying for the defense at the McKeon court
t martial at Parris Island, S.C .-; '.
v'
McKeon Courftiui

Deciding Verdict

PARRIS ISLAND, S.C,.
' the court at the court martial
: Keon retired at 12:39 p.m.
v In an impassioned but
dress, chief defense counsel
court that "for many long

T

, Sgt McKeon and the U.S. Marine Corps well." -. i
f e paused, looked each officer Ih'theeye.- an then
concluded his summation: J, ,.'.'. j
"At long last, I turn over,thi mantle of responsibility

V Mto you.' i aryt contident mat

- Perl "
nigbt iii.ii t a in 4i...iii
Cr'tk, In niiich six recniiis
- drowned,' had come before a
court martial "because of pub public
lic public clamor, because of politics
n high places yes, even in
the hUs of Congress."
He portrayed McKeon as "a
man who was following ; proud
U.S. marine 'tradition" when he
led raw recruits cn a disciplin disciplinary
ary disciplinary training exercise which pan panic
ic panic turned into a death march.
- v. r"--' y x
The prosecution;' wlndinV till
Its case against the former drill
Instructor at this boot training
camp, charged that McKeorV or or-dered
dered or-dered his platoon to march Jnto
a tidal stream at night because
"he was mad and wanted to
punish them."
The1 opposing counsels summed
up their cases as the three-week-old
general court martial
trial approached Its end. :
; Marine Maj. Charles B. Se.
vier, the trial eounsel, r'diciilrd
- a defense contention that Mc McKeon
Keon McKeon ordered the march te,
teach the recruits discipline.
Sevier said the sergeant "made
no effort to maintain control"
of his men in the flood and cur current
rent current of the tidal creek.1
-He said there wa "no strgle
Instance'' in evidence that Mc-j
Keon had tried to maintain dis-i
cipline. . 1 j
' "Hf 1
V-r'B t
fork this platon out i
he was mzA and;
wanted to
1.
Ei. 1 i e v
"coll."
im h "m," isvieri
to t
i to
hem wet
-t tl-ipm

' Ti.e i' vr ad t.... i.-
Keon Siienjc-d to have had'' "a
'Svplan-a scheme" to punish tlift
:t platoon. When McKeon slapped
" severnl members of tlie platoon
h? did it for punishment not
discipline, Sevier said.

i The V prosecutor asked" the
court all of them veterans of
Marine battles to find McKeon :
guilty on all four charges grow-!
ing out of the drowning of six
recruits when the platoon pan- -icked
in Ribbon Creek.
"' x "By his action, his leader-shSp,-
he placed those men in
such a situation that those six
United States Marines are
dead," Sevier said. "Gentle "Gentlemen,
men, "Gentlemen, those are six Marines
who never took their places in
the fleet Marine force,
They -were' lost to the U.8.j
Marine Corps, lost to the servie-
s of their country lost. to their f,
milies.1 y- v :
' 6ev ier recalled that it was tes-
tlficd McKeon asked "Where nre,
'msVTtnSiX
' "But, he took no precautions I

THE MAXYELC'JS
CARIOCA CAPITAL!

Aug. 3 (UP) Members of
of,$Sgt Matthew C. Mc-
today do consider their verdict.
shrewdly-reasoned '-finar ad
Emile -Zola Barman told the
week I have.'tried to .serye
you win deal well with each.
'or tbcir"a'ptv,J-l'.' r"" 'T
continued. "This leader testified
he assumed those other recruits
who had been only flvj weeks
In boot camp would take care
of the non-swimmers." t
Sevier said there would be
bo d spute that the march pro-
duced fear "fear of Injury,'
fear of drowning, fear Of the
unknown" for these row ft ft-emits.
emits. ft-emits. v:
"The very result nroduced the
oppression. Six future Marines
drowned that night. No one can
say those men' were. not op op-nresspd''
nresspd'' op-nresspd'' .,,,...--.t.a I,-..,.-
i
k
.
t i
H
' r

REVOLUTIONARY NEW LOCIC MULES are to be tested at Catun by Panama
Canal company within 14 months.: Designed and. built by R. C. LeTpUrneau, Inc.;.- of
Longvlew, Tex., they could completely change present methods of locking hips
through, if they prove satisfactory. The LeTourneau mules will operate only on the

center walls of the locks. A fender of pneumatic tires will prevent ships scraping the
, fl . ... . J ... (
,dclc n w't-handiagram'the fender -assembly can be seen holding a ship
off the lock wall as the mule of which it is a part draws it through the locks. In 'the
fente,? diagram one of the new mules 46 ft high with Its fender rjg as it will ap.
pear operating on the existing mule tracks, tracks. At the right is pictured the formal
signing of the contract this week in the board room at Balboa Heights "after a week
of negotiations between Panama ianal Company and LeTourneau representatives.

r

uIaI the people
I V I 1 t
CZ Church
Treasurer
ForrTria
Out on bail awaiting trial on two
counts of embezzlement is Charles
Delaney, 49, American, former trea
surer of .toe Margarita Union
Church, .'.i1
After Delaney waived hearine In
Cristobal Magistrate's Court, he
was bound over to U.S. District
was set at 2,000 on each charge.
Delaney is specifically chareed
with' having embezzled $2,600 in
church iunds on Feb. 29 of this
year He is .also accused of having
taxeo iib.(i oetween Jan. l, ana
June 30. . .
Reportedly the-shortsee of 13.-
836.72 in the Margarita Church
funds was discovered when an au audit
dit audit was conducted for the purpose)
of having a substitute treasurer
take over while Delaney was on -a
projected -vacation.'
Delaney apparently bad full au
thority to handle the church funds
and was authorized to issue checks
without a countersignature. -Until
recently, Delaney was em
ployed as a clerk in the Cristobal
Tost Office. He is presently on
leave without pay,
-It is understood he was serving
the church in a volunteer capacity.
Delaney resides in Margarita. His
wife Snd their four children left
for the .States recently.
Prcs:d!cnt Arias,
Lccr.l C3.Ffca
v President Ricardo Arias will te
liCl.UC, AftrL, o.l m.ii.udV at
10:30 a.m. a union announcement
saia looay. -
1 he purpose of the. union's visit
is to enter into formal discussions
of the union's bid to halt the cancel cancellation
lation cancellation jf certain privileges now en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by non-U. S. citizen employ employes
es employes of the Canal Zone government
and the Panama Canal Co.
These privileges are scheduled to
be discontinued on Jan. 1, 1957, as
a result of treatv committments be-
'tween Panama and the United
states. i
. A meeting is scheduled to be held
tonight at 7 at the Paraiso Serv Service
ice Service Center, where further details
en the matter will be iven.
i
i I

I

Incnt the truth mnd the

PANAMA, -R. P, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1956

r
L
1

Eisenhower Administration
Shelved Treaty Legislation

WASHINGTON, Aug. 3 (UP).
specmc Jegisiauon on wage.
scales and retirement benefits,
implementing the new U-S.-Pan-ama
treaty, was not acted on
during the recent Congress and
will have to be reintroduced next
year. -";;;
The Congress also failed to
act on a bill, sponsored by Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic j Representative James
Tumulty, which was designed to
clarify and protect the position
of certain U.S. employes In the
Ihjll 01 Candy,:
(a!c Decks Pub
RPIbhJail
A tempting packaee later found
to contain a box of candy bars
and 15 comic hooks led to a
charge on which George EmanueL
21, Panamanian, faced Balboa
Magistrate s Court this morning.
r.manuei was bound over for
trial in U. S. District Court on a
charge of petit larceny following
a previous conviction of the same
crime.
Mrs. Lucy. A. Bruck told the
court she left the package on the
front seat of her cap when she
parked jt near Ancon Post Officej
rouceman fiomer s.- rummer rummer-ford,
ford, rummer-ford, on duty in the area, testified
that he witnessed the theft and
later went around the corner wherei
he apprehended Emanuel with the!
pacKage.. v.
'. The candy and eomic books were
auied at J3.20.
i niamipl tritifir-f v, fnnrt" f
tuai, lie liiin il Uie i

?s nuinea ood. He was tsKingiit :,t.i

er told him there was nothing in
the house tor the next meak-
i"
ii
1

1 1

ccniry is tfe Ahrmhsm LUtecliu

u raiC(ErUilliilllO)
; e i . i -' v j ...
1 X X X X ( J

Canal Zone whose Jobs have
been eliminated or whose sala
ries have been, fixed In steps
taken- by the canal zone govT
eminent to implement the trea treaty,
ty, treaty, -t : i '..v;?
: Congressiooat sources Indi Indicated
cated Indicated that t was at the Ad Administration's
ministration's Administration's Instigation that
consideration of bills imple implementing
menting implementing the treaty was aban abandoned
doned abandoned for this year.
Thev said that annarentlv a
high level policy decision must
be made on certain aspects of
the problem before implement implementing
ing implementing legislation can be written.
At the present time, thev ex
plained, Panamanians are un under
der under the Impression that, when
me implementing legislation is
approved, they will receive the
same pay for the same jobs -as
U.S. citizens.
Actually, administration sourc sources
es sources are said to be working out: a
schedule of Job classifications
under which positions.; from a
certain grade upward will be
filled :nly by U.8. citizens.
For instance, it is predicted
that, all key jobs on the locks
proper will be fiUed by U.S.
citizens. :'!', :i;V; -;'?
In the closing weeks of Con
gress,.' one retirement bill specifically-
for -the Canal was ap ap-nroved.
nroved. ap-nroved.
Since sierned into law. tho hill
increases by $25 : a f month the
benefits for retired American
employes who were engaged in
the construction of the CanaL?
4.
llnLrLii Cyfa
TEGUCIGALPA, Aug 3 (V?)
The Povernment annouhced- tnrfatr
H has clamped a 20-day "state of!
siege on Morazaa provmce as a
result of Wednesday's abortive mil mil-1
1 mil-1 itary revolt in this country. v
I The emergency measure prohi prohi-I
I prohi-I bits public meetings, forbids resid-
j ents of the province to travel with-i
out special permits and authorizes1
I the provincial governor to censor
I newspapers snd radio stations. ?
i The provincial state of sieee Is
Sthe vinly special action reported so
far in connection with the jevolt,
which was confined for the most
part to the St. Francis barracks
: here.-.
An official announcement yester-
, day said rebels in the barracks suf-
: fered 165 casualties, but did not
j break this figure down into killed
ii wounded and. captured. .... ;

Seated at the table are R. L. LeTourneau and CoL Hugh M. Arnold, engineering and
construction director and the' Canal's contracting officer, who signed for the respec respective
tive respective parties. At Arnold's left is J. M, Cooke, designing f engineer, of ; the Engineering
Division, Standing are representatives of the two ompanieiwho participated in the
series pf conferences.' Left to right are: J. S. Scruggs and C Ti Peterson of the Lei Lei-Tourneau
Tourneau Lei-Tourneau Company; JohrS R, Hammond, ir. and Roger M.i Howe) engineers of the
Electrical-Mechanical Branchr and M. D. Slotkni, chW of the Specifications and Esti Estimating
mating Estimating Branch. The two test. locomotives will be purchased hat V cost of $656,000.N
Certain Alterations to' the locks wilt be required for tiieir use and this work will be
done by the Canal Company. The 'Canal also has an option to buy 25 other towing
locomotives' and three locomotive cranes of the LeTourneau design within a year, aft after
er after delivery of the test equipment '

Surprise at RP, v
Bdng Overlooked
For London f.ket
Well informed but unofficial
sources here today expressed sur surprise
prise surprise that Panama apparently has
not been- invited to the 24-nation
London conference on internation
al control of the Sues Canal.
Their surprise is based both on
Panama's high position as
world maritime nation," and on
Panama' own- long exparienco
of Canal problems m ganerah v
Messages from London indicate
Panama almost got an invitation.
since it ranks about sixth in -the
amount of tonnage passing
through Suez.
'.Panamanian sources here today
noted this rating was far above
the share of the Suez traffice en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by, for instance, Portugal,
Ceylon, Iraq, Spain and Turkey,
all of wbicb have received invita invitations
tions invitations to London.
But Informed ureal in Len
.don said Panama was ruled out
because most ships under the
Panamanian flag are actually
United States-owned. '
, "In any ee, Panama's pres presence
ence presence at the London talks would
have- raised the side issue' of
control of the Panama Canal,"
London sources added.'
Nations invited to London com
prise two groups. ;
. The first group consists of par parties
ties parties to the 1888 Constantinople Con
vention governing the use of the
Canal-Egypt, France; Italy, Hoi
land, Spain, Turkey, Britain and
The second grdup comprises oth
er- nations' "largely concerned in
the use of the canal either through
ownership of tonnage or pattern off
these are Australia, C c 1 o n,
Denmark, Ethiopia, West Ocrma-
ny, Greece, India, Indonesia, Iraq,
Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Pa Pakistan,
kistan, Pakistan, Portugal, Sweden snd the
United 'States. ; r'v.v
21 Persons Flee
Iron Curtain Ask
Asylum In Austria
VIENArAue?3 (UP) A rec'
ord number of 21 persons escaped
across the iron vurtam border in
the nast 24 hours and asked for pa.
liiicai asyium nere,. Austrian au
.u t.f... ;
:The escapees included 18 Hun
garbns and three Czechoslovaks. ...
"AU said they fled, because of
had living conditions and "unbear
able political pressure" still exist
ing despite the communists widely
proclaimed liberalization vpoucy
. fit

vfl

Moscoiv Warns

Against Using
Military Force

; LONDON, Auir. 3 (UP).
against the use of military.

pute, but Britain and France rushed plans for. an ex-y
peditionary force should international diplomacy fail. V
' The British and French cabinets met in London and'
in Paris on plans for sending military forces into the ac- v
tual Sues Canal zone itself should Egypt refuse, to agree.:
to international control of the waterway. ,.
- Unofficial dispatches from throughout the world in indicated
dicated indicated many of the 24 nations invited to a Suez confer conference
ence conference in London Aug. 16 would be represented; Iron Cur-

tain diplomats in London said
sia would.
Dispatches from Cairo gave
the strongest indication Egypt
would refuse to attend on the
ground that it could never agree
to international control of the
Canal. No official reply had yet
been received, but the. Cairo
press bitterly '' condemned, the
Western plan. t- '.
' Moscow radio b tea dcast
. today dispatch in the official
Soviet Communist, newspaper
Pravda warning Britain ,a ,a-gainst
gainst ,a-gainst ''unwarranted nervous nervousness"
ness" nervousness" In the" Canal crisis and
declaring "there is nothing to
Pravda warned that persons
inclined : to issue mobilization
orders the moment an Interna
tional dispute arises should re remember
member remember that such acts lead
"straight to an artificial aggra
vation of the international sit situation."
uation." situation." "i--.
British Prime Minister An
thony Eden met with his cabi cabinet
net cabinet and his military leaders to
discuss '-. the huge peace-time
military buildup and the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming diplomatic ' conference.
The French cabinet met in ex
traordinary session to approve
emergency moves. W,:,vu--i.-s,-.
The military buildup was so
far advanced that British au-.
thorities on Cyprus began re re-ousitionlnr
ousitionlnr re-ousitionlnr bu:ldinr in Nico
sia to accommodate British'
troops' being flown there. Jet
planes were arriving steadily
"from Britain.-'-., s.u '
Meanwhile Secretary of State
John. Foster Dulles said today
f
f
I
I v.
? f
f

riVE C1NTS
Moscow' warned todir
force in the Sues Canal dis-
it was almost certain Rus

he Is hopeful that the proposed
24-nation conference ; on the
Suez, canal crisis will produce a K
solution which will- avert the

oanger of "violence," s,
Dulles said he la: counting on
the London conference to pro-
duce'a Suea settlement which,
au nations. Including Kmrrit.
"will respect.".- -;.-s.:1P.
uuiies made the statements to
reporters who greeted, him at
Washington National airport oa r
his return from talks with Brit-
ish and French foreign minis
ters in Lbndorh He will r-nort tn
emoan on his mlselnn
- Dulles said tba big three
' foreirn ministers called for
24-nat'on jSues conference be because
cause because they did "not want tOt
meet violence with violence'
. Dulles described as "danger "dangerous"
ous" "dangerous" the internatilnal situation,
which arose when Egypt "sud "suddenly
denly "suddenly and arbitrarily" seized the
canal in a nationalization move, ;
Ths ;'-.v.
Judge's Dcnch
. Loitering In the rear' of the
Masonic : temple in Balboa
brought a sentence of 10 days in 4
jail this morning when Alfredo
Montenegro,, 43, Panamanian,
faced the Balboa Magistrate.

His companion, Francisco loe- ...

rico, 55, Panamanian, was let
off with a five-day sentence, i
Fined S10 each for trespass-

lng in various commissaries were

Rodollo Evans, 34, Costa Kican; t-

Vilma Adames, 19, Panamanian;
Telma Marina Dicleas, 33. Pan- ;
amanian; Oraciela Donado de

Gomez, 38. Panamanian: Marco,

Antonio Torres, 19, -t Panama-

nian: Maria-'de los Angeles A-".
gam, 30, Panamanian, and An-
tonia Teresa Menoives, 29, pan-
amanian. : k
was meted out to Jeronlma
Lombardo, 30, rahamanian.
Joseph DlmpU) 44, American.
was fined $10 for starting his
automobile without seeing If it
coiild be done safely. ;

Benny Luciano Williams. 25'

an-American soldier, was fined

S20 for speeding 70 mph In a

40-mile zone on-Galllard High-
H'Q, ..'-I., ' ....

....... ., .. . i
JamiEj Arthur Xarrjenter.' sn
American airman -paid a .$10

fine for. possessing, 12-gaug

shotauh' fop-afevbhe had. no ;
permit; ';. .. t,r-f
William' JoseDh'. te Blanc, 17

American, was fine $10 for a
resirKiea ucense viomuon.

Claudette Ann Joserjh. ; 17.

Panamanian, nleaded guilty t

two petty mens, she stole a sio
watch from wne employer, Mrs '.
Emily Martlnea-of Albrook. and

$2 from a second ernplover. Bar
ry A.i Holliwell of Ft. Kobbe.
Imposition Of sentence on both
offenses was suspended and she

was placed on probation for a v

year. :- ,.'..
i Itchv Probrem!
KEW YORK. Aug. 3 OIPV-The
Transit Authority "yesterday had
some 'ast advice for mosquito-bitten
passengers on trains travelint
over five miles of marshland to
the Bockaways playgound.
The passengers asked the .au.
thority to spray the marshes', n
proposition mat was considered
and rejected. J
The authority felt, however.' that
some acbon should be taken oa
the itchy problem. It advised me-'
tormen to speed no their traiaa
ml iMit-nfl (ha InManiiHaaa

'4f

j
1



PAGI TWO

ITvIDAT, AFGrST 3, 1"J

f

ill; I
iv

THE PANAMA AMERICAN

Ma Pvatiaxca TMI

rauMPCO IT KtVOH aOUNSCVCU. IMS
MAXMOO'O ABIA. (OHM
. T. M Tarr a o. o i4. Pinih e a
TiitrHOMI t-0140 9 Dxi
Ctait AfUMCM. aNAMIICAN. PANAMA
Om it 17 ccxntu. AviMut rrrwwi tm istm I'Wiii

rmiM RnnMNTtTtva, joawua powers, hc
341 tuoue Avt Ntw vara, mi
aa Mum a mimi ,70 t ea
aa n twTMS. m 80 13 co
-aa aa m ta M 14 OO

tkti n revw re sum thi
Tka aiai lakn aaaa Ina
tartan aa nnnti ftatafvBv aa4
(Mmm.

if MhMi bfNi Umt aa baaetieat aaasO aaaaat it
mmt aay Lmw ata paaBii at Hn ataat aacaWad.
ham trr fa keep the letters CniM fa aae aaaa raatfc,.
"" Waaftt af latter aetata ii Mi la strictest caatiaaaca.

Taaj
aa kMfaa) fraai

THE MAI LB OX

DIFZNDABLE
.Kr:
Manr of iM ro to the front

our newspaper and read tne news oi ine aay in me cunuoro oi
nnr hnmi. nnlr short time arte? it is off the press. Some of us

might not have an appreciation

possible.
For two years iny family and I hate lived to the Bella Vista
area of Panama City. During this time we hate had the Panama
American and a morning newspaper delivered each day.-When J
ay each day X mean Just that During this entire period the only

'time we ever nussea getting our
'.tha newsnaners observed.

. Even though there might be a hard rain, as often Is the case
!ln Panama, we could always count on a newspaper being -placed
under our door each morning and afternoon which these presses

,r". ; i. .i Ji. .;- V...'.-''- tJ i J -.
-Hubert Brown, .a Panamanian, was the dependable .person
'making these deliveries. Recently he has been assisted by Knneth
Thompson. ':- .
! We have thoroughly-enjoyed 'reading these Panama news news-Ipapera
Ipapera news-Ipapera We also appredaU the courteous and dependable delivery
;errice of Huhert Brown and his helper or partner Kenneth

; t wh We" lived

Inewspaper boy's prompt delivery service. We also know that many
'industrial leaders and business executives earned their first money
, Jby delivering newspapers. This, I am sure, is not the aim of these
'two bow mentioned In this letter. However, I believe, I am con-

lacious of their, aim. To me their

lihood. Becobd, to be t good Panamanian citizen, by setting an
'example of dependability, honesty and courtesy-; - J
. I thing Hubert and Kenneth are Proving that a person who
i i. ni. .nrk n mikt a livalihood and doesn't necessarily

havetodepend upon the government i hU Bvetoood He does

'depend upon his government to aeep wnmuoo
ItalUative can develop. j ' ' ;
; -tine wbe appreciates dependable service.

T.V. REPEATS
. V
: fgtr 1 jr"' ''t r ' ' ;.- : 1 -. J
f As aa outsider looking in, may I be permitted a reply to "Dis "Disgusted"
gusted" "Disgusted" concerning the TV programs. -
; It has been said time and again over the air that CTN-TV
was inaugurated for the instruction and entertainment -of the
' : Armed Forces and that's just what it Is, except of course for the
t "Musical Interludes" which are probably Just senseless to
I Armed Forces personnel as any outsider. t y p -;v .
; tint it iuf nnuihi that tha service man who Is on duty to

'day might like to see a program
- . m

he la at UDerty7 1 nave noucea mas repew v u vy-?
. other than those on which orlglnallaf hown possibly with that
nderstand that-Sergsant BUto to making a dally Pool tased
: on the number of Musical Interludes shown eaclv day nd an another
other another based on a sort of horse race between the guv with the
long nose and- the kettle drums, the saxophone, and the dirty

". 5:1 . MASfvui t

T Twe'rekd with' Interest :GotTotter, remarks anent the taj

ward looking Panama canai employes aim uuu. u -uw

governor is dead wrong, it nas oeen our experience iwousuuuv
vi iHn itnii Tint tram an observation of merely one month)

that the average Canal employe
- of world affairs than his brother

' We are certainly aware or, and have our. opinions on, tne
crisis in Egypt, world Communism, the troubles of Cyprus (from
the British, the Greek and the Turkish attitudes), the conflict
between "Pakistan and India. Nehru's blatant neutralism, the Arab

world's rising nationalism, racial despotism In South Africa,!
France's Impending financial debacle, France's succession of 1in-l

stable governments, the current weakening or tne Engiisn pouna
, sterling, the efforts of Iceland to remove United States person personnel
nel personnel and bases, the 'welcome internal upheavals in Russia, the
heavy infiltration of Singapore by Communist agents, the slave
traffic in Saudi Arabia, the constant border clashes between ls-a-aei
and Jordan, the efforts of Japan to revise the MacArthnr

fconstltution, Japan's current try at regaining Okinawa, the boom
In Canada's economy, the unique position of Hong Kong as the
go-between between Western civilisation and the bamboo curtain.
- the arms race between the United States and Russia, United States
pollticj, the (oh, yes) St Lawrence Seaway and the likely effects
' ion various Great Lakes cities, business condition in general and
; specifically In the united States, etcM etc.; ad Infinitum.
J We are likewise painfully aware of the Canal 2one employe's

Jermanent feeling or insecurity, oeveiopea since mi m nos
nowing from one minute to the next when the Compay or the
Tmr eminent in oinr to take a not shot at him. We recommend

to Governor Potter as serious reading the Booz-Allen-Hamilton
' Report as this 'details the legitimate "gripes'' of those who man
the Big Pitch.
1 And, the Insecurity continues. A major reduction In force Is

In The making to implement tne ,new lTtaiy ana tne vompany
follows the penny-wise andjpound foolish policy of replacing U.S.
fcltisens with native help. This latter may show up well on the
" company's books, but the man in the field has his difficulties
, quadrupled In getting out a satisfactory grade of work In a mini mini-:
: mini-: Jium length of time.

.7 . '.Need we say more

j ;. ; r .77-. '''' '" M
'el

"My new ehoei? Elizabeth

aMCWICM ntu. MO.

iubms own coiumm
Bat wa law at Taa Paaaau Aamtoaa
aw aaa to afiaaal.
- v f
NEWSBOYS
door of our homes and pick up
of the paper boy who makes, this
paper was on nuuusji iwui
,-
In the StaMs have, enjoyed the
ambition is, iirst w earn! a uve
repeated at some other time when
4. .a, a a A aha Mik A a WASlafl fl
An Oatsjder.
im i -1 ii'vv4v
1
is more, much more cognizant
W the United States. ?
-Outward Looker.
it breaking; them in for me!"

Peter Edson
: In
Washington

WASHINGTON (NEA)
Democratic presidential candidate
Adlai Stevenson was criticued in
tha 1SS2 campaign for too many
wisecracks. he nas curbed ha
sense of. humor somewhat this
j fir. But he still can't resist the
temptation to throw in a fast line
nere aad there.
Some of his eaelines of 195 are
"The steady worsening of our
world position from Iceland to
Japan is not concealed by ail the
n-anuc trips of our misguided
missile, the secretary of state.
"Secretary Dulles apparently
hai nothing to offer (Laud Amer
ica) except, perhaps, a visit.
"AJinougn me resident a aa-
miration for him is boundless, it
is rumored, I hear, mat for some
reason ha is going to dump his be beloved
loved beloved vice president who has been
captain, of the team at least the
oitensive team.
-"It takes more than golf scores
to-nspire-peoplea wm aramon
will to struggle for a better safer
world' V
Howard Pyle of Arizona, the
President's special assistant for
White House relations with state
and local governments, recently
gave assurances there would be
no reprisals against Republicans
for supporting any other candi candidates
dates candidates tflan Eisenhower and Nixon.
When members of the "Eisen
hower First, Stassea Second" or
ganization reported to Washington
that state and local GOP leaders
were trying to stop their move
ment the complaints were turned
over to Pyle ior answer.. He re
plied mat President .Eisenhower
felt very strongly in favor oi any anyone
one anyone in the party supporting whom whomever
ever whomever he chose, without fear of
intimidatioo. .-.
la,eB a ."s
Midwestern noliticiana have
been trying to build up early op
position to ben. John F. Kennedy
(O-Mass) as a vice presidential
possibility on the basis of his farm
legislation votes. This is the rec record:
ord: record: 't i
There were three key votes on
amendments to the first farm bill.
passed by the Senate and vetoed
by the President :-,,;
on an amendment by Sen. Clin-
restoration of 90 per cent price
supports on basic commodities,
Kennedy voted with Anderson to
retain flexible price supports.. ;
On a second amendment by Sen.
Hubert Humphrey (D-Minn) to re
tain so per cent price suDDorta tor
small farmers, keep flexible sup
ports ior imacue income oracxet
farmers and abolish price supports
for big farmers, Kennedy voted
with Humphrey for- the -amend
ment.
A third amendment was backed
jointly by Sens. Humphrey and
Anderson. It would have set aside
government surpluses acquired
since 1853 by the Republican ad administration.
ministration. administration. This, would have re removed
moved removed them from consideration in
calculating price support levels.
Kennedy again voted with Ander Anderson
son Anderson and Humphrey. Its effect
would have been to raise parity
price level by-about three points,
ob from 85 to 88 per cent
On final passage, Kennedy voted
for both the first Democratic con
gressional bill and, the second, Ei-.
senhower-administration soil bank
bill which is now law. ., i
It Is explained that Kennedy's
votes' were all consistent with the
interests of Massachusetts farm
ers. Tney are lately small
poultry and dairy farmers. When
feed grain prices go up,' as under
mgn .price supports, they're hurt
Kennedy nevertheless voted to
raise support Prices for small
farmers, though he was against
90 per cent support on basics. :
Prize for the political under
statement of the 1958 campaign
thus far goes to Gov. Averell Har Har-rirnaa
rirnaa Har-rirnaa (D-NY). Speaking at the
Sioo-a-piate dinner honoring Sen.
Walter George (D-Ga). Harriman
began with. "I can't help but be
serious mis evening."
But Harriman did raise one
laugh when be referred to Robert
J .Donovan s book. "Eisenhower:
The Jnside Story," as "Inside
zusennower.
There 'were more lavish bou
quets tossed around at the testi
monial ior sen. George than are
even customary at most political
society back scratchings.
Sen. Lyndon Johnson (D-Tex),
the toastmaster, called Gov, Frank
Clement (D-Tenn), the party's
convention keynoter, "the greatest
orator since William Jennings
Bryan.'' -.. ;Jf .,
Sen. Francis Gfaen (D EI) was
introduced 'as 'youngest man In
the 'Senate." Sen. Earle Clementa
(D-Ky) was called "Mr. Indispen Indispensable."
sable." Indispensable." Sen. Tom Henninss was
described as ''the man who threw
tricks at the Bricker amend amendment"
ment" amendment" Sen.. Hubert Humohrev (D.
Minn) said, "We vote Democratic
so we can live like Republicans-
ana may i aoa mat s ue only
way you. can live like a Repub-
Senator George indicated that
he thought Seq. Johnson himself
should be VS. president.
. And ex-Gev. Adlai Stevenson
said, "It will be hard to think of
the U.S. Senate without Walter
George. ... But we rejoice that
the. Administration has called on
Sen. George to save our Atlantic
alliance."
PLAYFUL WINDS
MULLINVILLE, Kan. (UP)
The often wild winds of Kansas
cancelled their effect in two
iwwilat the home of the B. C.
Kaltenbachs. A Monday night
windstorm bent their TV antenna.
Th fringe of a tornado two nights
later straightened the pole again.

Aussie Delinquents : Get

- Frank Packer of Sydney, Aus Australia,
tralia, Australia, who. publishes newspapers,
writes that Australian police have
come up with an interesting deter deterrent
rent deterrent to juvenile delinquency which
seems to be working out well.
Like London, New York and
M nnu m HAtrtA jtltaa Cvinaw t a
vandals duck-tailed : dungaree dungaree-wearers
wearers dungaree-wearers who delight in stealing
cars, then deserting them after
having slashed-' upholstery and
tires.. The bodgie-boys, as they've
called, have their own gang wars
ifuicui aaetvej asanas v wu 5u av aaa ej I
and. delight in. bashing innocent
bystanders. ., ,--)'A'h.
Weh. Sydney' law finally decided
to auit sDarina the rod: A new or
dinance demands that the parents
first pay damages their eubs in-
flict
And then comes the crusher. A
f.tkfl. mull ,M ihm iwa.BnA f
I Lilt.. lUUOl, U WV V
policy officer, apply six of the best
to sonny boy'a stern with a police
whip, and to the satisfaction of the
attending officer.
What makes it effective Is that
daddy is apt to be awfully sore
at Junior for costing him a couple
hundred pounds in damages, .and
he falls to with e right good. will.
By
From the District of Confusion:
iDgna carman s irouoies wiu not
oe over when she clears herself,
witn &tate uept and immigration.
Two Congressional committees
(Internal Security and Un-American
Activities) want to talk to her.
About Resselini's movie contacts?
I've Got to Write It but You
Don't Have to Read It: That fab fab-lady
lady fab-lady who ducked into : Major's
Cabin for a between-show snack
with Dennis King's handsome sing singing
ing singing son, James Miahael King, of
"My Fbj Lady," waa Julie An
drews . Ia the Darryl Zanuck-
Bella Darvi idyll no longer so
He? . .. Heard at Joe Marsh's
.CniflHAlnn fillA'a 4Ka Win1 n S.l
who wears' off-the-shoulder dresses
and has off-the-record dates
Hoagy Carmichael, who wrote

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL

songs for Ike, was Introduced to Mass. hideway ''Why -Not?" O.K. dough in the British, auto industry
Harry Truman by Phil Regan.lSo why not? ... Editor, Hold Denny Slater celebrated bis
Hoagy and HST hit it off real, the Press: Irish McCalla lunched birthday with Pamela Curran .
swell, like a couple of piano play- on steak tartars at Bruno's Pen Charles Sweeny, Bob's brother,
ers -. Vivian Blaine's weight k Pencil. (Irish McCalla is TVs twit model Aruen Snead. . boo
has pals worried . Erich Von "Sheena, Queen of the Jungle, and Sweeny .with the family friend,
Stroheim seeking Yul Brynner to steak tartare is raw meat,iMrs. Gary Cooper. At a nearby

star m tne we story ot that great'ehopped mit onion yet) .

German actor, Erich Von Stro-
neim.

Epidermis or Bust: Lfl St. CyriDon Taylor to join the Screen Di-

10 curope next month to find new
arrio ideas. Xm, Just, take it off,
UUI
Lupo's Log Book: Brad Dexter,

Peggy Lee's ex, entered the Cleo vorced wife. Marie "The Body"j CaUkills. He's the king of the wed wed-Moore
Moore wed-Moore sweepstakes . Tom Con-' McDonali, has decided to have ding, banquet and bar mitzvah

way lueonte aanaers oreri wouia
like to be Lady Iris Mountbatten's
favorite companion. (She's a
great-granddauehter of Queen Vic-1
toria.) r . AU Vanderbilt trying,
to make Dodie Heath forget John'
Ringling North. Thev're in Paris
He's here. What's that about pro-
pmouiiy? . mrea Astaire hap
piest with Suzie Parker . Jim
my Ryan, 52nd St. botspot owner
(wno used. to be a chorus bov).
holding hands with Pat O'Brien.!
She's the actress, not the actor of:
the same name.
" How Silly Can You Get Dent .:
Before Lou Walters Imported Yas-
mina, uie Algerian tummy-tosser,
for the Latin Quarter shows, she
dated Marlon Brando in Paris.
When asked what kind of a lover
he is, she replies: ''He sneaks
French very food." . Remem
ber Doreen Lord, the sexy babe

The Fuse

By 603 RUARK
If he's namby-pamby with the rod,
he is in contempt of court
Packer says that, as of the mo
ment, there have been no chicken-
hearted fathers, and that the ho-lsj
ot pain nave been authentic. It is
'early yet to see. the results, but
he feels that, aa sore bottoms in
crease, vandalism win wane.
I have suggested Packer a pet
theory of mine, about which be ia
enthusiastic That is to cease run
ning pictures of victims of these
delinquents, but -to full-page the
thug, when. apprehended, with
tuut wuavaa, ypiuicuuEUi wtiu
head shaved as bare as an egg.
The Juvenile gangster of all: na
tions pays great attention to uni uniform,
form, uniform, ; and .our young bums have
the same hair fixation that is
common to the Aussies.- i,
; They wear the locks long,
greased into elaborate waves.and
ducktails. They go to special hair-
A mA fM
IUICIK1I, .iuu lis wm V
about nine months to achieve per
fection. i .-'.
told it takes
So it seems to me that much in
the--way of ; ridicule might be
achieved if you sentenced some
thung to a knob-shave one a
month for a year, and the papers
saw to it that it got plenty of pub publicity..
licity.. publicity.. !-..t.'- ; ; '- (-
LEE MORTIMER
in the "ChamDaime Glass" who
.uuea wiu ner manager
aanager ovei the
pay, and ankied
model there. She's thrown it-and'
her Spanish boyfriend up, and
returns to London and. show bis.
What she's got is too food for
London.
; ? 1 '." ; 1
Some Dissa, No Data: Oh, no.
not uus again. f zsa Zsa and
uevrge aanueri in a reiurn en engagement?
gagement? engagement? . This is Worth
Waiting For: Marvin Gray, for
mer publisher of the Manila Eve
ning News Who now runs 1 Dacer
chain in So. California, and Am-l
idyl-lbassador Carlos Romulo authored
the forthcoming ."Magsaysay,
Ctn-w' Vinut tk. ,inntknJnw

Philippine president. Should make studebaker veep. Could be in con con-an
an con-an exciting movie i ,. Brenda nection with the forthcoming Stu Stu-Frazier
Frazier Stu-Frazier named her East Harwich. uk.b... mmu Hi r.n k

Salinas With Smog: Hollywood
I gabbing about the S1.250. it coat
rectors uuiifl, twice as much as
be earned on his first di
director job
at Four Stars Films . Now
they're coupling Zsa Zsa and'
Harry Karl whose aoon-to-be-di-
uaoy via caesarian on aepi.
3-v -, .1
. v--'
Heir Loss Our Gain: Audio
Murphy couldnt get over from
Tokyo, where heV shooting "Joe
Butterfly." to catch the Claverack.
N.Y., preem Aug. I of his adven adventure
ture adventure film "Walk the Proud Land."
so he trans-Pacific I phoned Universal-International
to send Carol
Morris; Miss Universe. of 1957. aa
his personal rep. Carol has been
scheduled to make her .movie de

but in "Crazy Love" but postponed Milwaukee Methodist minister,
her bigchance and will pop into Thomas wasjta Germany recently
N.Y. today yia United. ;preaching in a number of churchea
t.. "t "' the Nuremberg area as part,
r News Gregg ad of an exchange program. One
Horace Dodge, just back from Sunday five American soldiers
J? g? S refund imm l 'e ,urned "P 1" the German congre congre-IUhan
IUhan congre-IUhan Line. Were booked on the gation of one of the "churches.
Andrea Dona, but cancelled out at They were members of the
the last mmute . Cancellation minister's home church, on tour
of future sailings, of Doria and of duty overseas.

Spanked

There is something about head head-shearing
shearing head-shearing that has always been a
mark of contempt or punisbmenf.
They crop lunatics and criminals
and women who have Binned by
collaboration with the enemy,
and .they might as well stir up a
little lather for the .punks. ;
, I am particularly partial to the
woodshed treatment too. A stout
stave laid smartly on the pants will
do no great harm to some lout
who is bigger than his old man.
but it is highly embarrassing to
be beaten and have everybody
know about it .. .:
In the past I have suggested a
one-day sentence to the stocks, in
a prominent place like a park,
with all hands invited to jeer at
the culprit His own gang would
be the first to come and the last
by leave, of course.
At would do the young bum no
physical barm, and would wound
him terribly in the ego.
This is scarcely inhuman to pen-
pie who fight each other for fun,
kill strangers, steal and destroy
wantonly. But nothing has come
of it. due to the popular sentiment
that these louts are but big, mis
understood children and can be
loved into citizenship..
Stnrkhnlm mi bust mmt similar

travel agencies which will havener the1 1933 bank failures, which!

spent , How come every paper
overlooked the human interest1
story of the Italian immigrant who
saved for years to bring his wife
iand 32-year-old son he'd never
I seen, to the U.S.? Tbey were on
the Doria and the reunion was
more tearful than expected..
A Night in Morocco (EL That
iV Tm Cnrhillv is an miirh in
Intr with nrftttv Pavv Vnrav

the model, be cant eat . That
wal the Duke and Duchess of
. i : L 1 t l

table. Gary's dauehter Maria, witn
an unnamed, young jman, but I
supposed he has 'at name at that
Today's Mortimer Medallion:
'This and fiv erind sets vou a
r.riiii.r To Nat Brooks and bis
music at Brown's Hotel Brown
iwhv t iju-h ShlHrk in th
circuit
i
Confession of a Cautious Cutie:!
Despite all the new inventions, the
best labor-saving device for a gal
still is a gui with money.
It's A Small World
mWAUKEE -(UP) If you
don't think ifi a small world.
just ask the Rev. Herman Thomas.

a

V L.2
1

WASHIXGTON The House of minority directors and Chairman
Representatives of the Congress fcrent Spence of Kentucky, prod prod-of
of prod-of the United States was creaking ded by White House emissaries,
slowly to a dose. I. had been a has suddenly been pushing for last
long day. The four-year old son minute passage. .Pan American
of Congressman Francis Dora of Airways is behind another bill to
brooKivn squirmed and fidgeted. : prevent the government from de de-He
He de-He had been sitting beside his ducting its profits on the sale of
father, as an education in govern- airplanes from its subsidy. Every
ment all week, and he had been affected branch of the Eisenhower
remarkably good. But it was 6:30 administration has opposed this,
p.m. and small boys get hungry. . but Pan Am has potent friends.

two seats in front, Congresswoman;
Cecil Harden of Indiana, who has
three grandchildren, looked as if
sne could have taken care of him,
but she sat engrossed in official

papers. .In the speaker's chair, a ship deal they are trying to
Sam Rayburn, bald, placid, pa- sneax across. Congressman Zel Zel-tient
tient Zel-tient looked out ever the cham-'nko of New York ttried to
ber. Ke had been .a member of block it .the return of German
that chamber for 42 years, had prjperty wa also readied for a
aat for 12 years as speaker, riding final push when nobody was look look-herd
herd look-herd on ts hectic sessions, watch- tag, but somebody looked. It has
tag bill after bill argued, wran- now been blocked. .Most bra bra-gled
gled bra-gled over, noted on, defeated or tea sneak bill was nut across bv

passed, to become, for better or
ior worse, tne law of the united
Mates. .inus tne laws are made,
thus the people of the United
States are governed..
ALASKA HOSPITAL
Speaker Rayburn sauinted from
the rostrum at the machinery of
democracy In motion. It was in
slow motion. None of the lightning
repartee and f.rerork that tea-,
to ucun v'j utu nuais. .uie
momentous question of Alaska's
right to build its own hospital for
the insane was being debated. Con-:
gressman Leo O'Brien spoke for
this right. O'Brien comes from
Albany, N.Y., and is a Democrat,
Yet he understood Alaskan prob-
lems thoroughly. He also spoke
for, the Eisenhower administration.;
if k. il.'jl.' vi- "'it.
n.t riSLV.
DemocraUc side, sat Bob ; Bart-,
fdeg?tei.0I ,Alask,A .Wlth n,
nght to vote but the right to speak
. .beside him sat Edith Green,
ex-Mayor 01 Portland, Oregon, now
ffi'S0! had
Sib.pU.1."riJ.S JIn
Republican side. "Doc" Miller of
Nebraska, walked about,
Kch?" u si1??' u
ing questions. He opposed the hos-

d dfrfer ?ePuhbcan-: Watchdogs Zelenko and Van Zandt,
Hosmer of California Gross of who ,ccepted Bonner's promise
hm Utf?' Rep,f watching, and the give!
JSLlT fv,US yhKway passed, thus operate the
!SSPJrJ wheels "I mocracy
H.llt?r !nduCEnlmunists'fL,he -most of the time for the public
ftA

cared for- in Alaska, near their'"1"' "vy : ,, t ; ;

nomes, not shipped 2,000 miles
away from home.1' ; i .Martin Dies
of Texas stopped chewing a cigar'
to ask, helpful questions. .the
debate droned on, the machinery i
of democracy at work, giving min-l
ute attention to a problem far
from Washington affecting only a'
few hundred. .the bill passed
SNEAKY DEMOCRACY
The machinery of democracy is'
not always so careful. It can be
rambunctious.. It can go on self selfish,
ish, selfish, cruel rampages. It can also'
be sneaky : It is the time as I
Congress grinds to a close, when!
the lobbyists, stand in the lobbies
feadv to oush across their net hills
benefiting those, few who pay
mem. ,ine scnooi mil, benefiting
millions, failed of passage. The
equality of. opportunity bill help helping
ing helping thousands of small business businessmen,
men, businessmen, got stuck in the Senate,
blocked by. Welker of Idaho and!
Jenner of IndianaxThe clean elec-i
tions bill to atop the buying of i
elecUons hasn't got off the ground
in the Senate. ut a dozen bills
benefiting a few and costing mil
lions were sneaked across in
these last hectic days, -' .One of
them would wipe out Roosevelt's
new deal banking reform, passed
bank boards The Americanl
Bankers,

MODERN BRIDES
SELECT :

r
BufTm Pnk r Platnr, IS
Sm Baa Dak, i'A "t
PiRbcr 4 f.na, 104 kif
Cmy Sm, IS
Bowl, 4am 1' ....

' .in the world's finest silverplate
TREEB & BAMTON-.
" The clean, classic lines of Reed k Barton's
popular "Embassy" line harmonize perfectly
with today's simplicity. : ,

Direct C.Z. Deliveries At Large Discounts

Jewellers

Li.:,... jIIU

'ay vnzvi rc&ngori

STEAMSHIP GIVE AWAY
Friends of Dictator Trulillo ot
the Dominican Republic also have
I Bonner of North Carolina, who's
had a good record in the past He
engineered a give-away for the
Mc Lean trucking firm of
his state which has pur purchased
chased purchased the Waterman S t.e a m m-ship
ship m-ship Co., and plans to carry
trucks piggy-back up tne Atlantic
coast on steamships." . Bonners
bill would permit McLean to sell
ships to the government for $1,.
600.000 each for which it paid the
government $956,000 nine' years
ago. 11 la&cs sini luniosineu
to make the' wheels of democracy
run efficiently. Zelenko, the New
York Democrat, and Van Zandt,
the Pennsylvania Republican, were
alert, blocked this give-away
from sneaking through on the un-
animous consent calendar. Here
one vote only can block a bill. .
so Bonner side-stepped. He. pulled
back his bill, asked that he have
toe riht to Put "'though nonr.al
fegisiaUve channels without unan-
imous consent. This was given him
4Ut witi, the promise that he
wduidn't out his cive-awav on the
unanimous consent calendar again
- But when his giveaway ?ot
blocked in the. Rules Committee,
wu

sup-,iina ianimA his mnmiM and

staked his "give-away back on
u. .im,.r ...n..nt ni.n..
HEADS FOUNDATION
Henry T. Heald, 52-year-old
president of New York Univer-
sity, has been elected president
of the $2,500,000,000 Ford
Foundation, Selection was an--
3 L. TT k til
jTtcSirWliea
.S S2r!S ,ni
on Oct L
snss
30 00
- S.9J
O.M
.00
un

i. A-

K 7

7 mi m,c

1 i

o

'IS-

SiiMwiMwaw



FRIDAY, ArGCST 3, 185

0

US Airmen In North Africa

Live In Filmsy Plywood Huts

ttx .ruxAm imnxcA in rsnmsmn dart NiwsrAW

WASHINGTON, Aug. 3 (UP)

4 The Air Force said yesterday that
the 1951 air base scandals forced
U. airmen in North Africa to

live in flimsy plywood huts and
lack of funds has keot them there.

Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D-

w'ash.) made pubic a letter from
Air Form undersecretary James

H. Douglas1 which said that some
' new housing is planned or under

construction, isui Lrougias saia u
will still not be enough for all air airmen
men airmen and their families in North
Africa.
Douglas letter primarily con con--
- con-- ccrned the big supply base at Nou Nou-asseur.
asseur. Nou-asseur. French Morocco, whose

commanding general recently told
the United Press that housing for
kis men "stinks." Jackson ask asked
ed asked the Air Force for a report aft after
er after reading the United Press d i s s-patch.
patch. s-patch. ,.
Douelas said his report applied

lit general to the entire network

qi Dases m rieuvu jmwuvwv.
- tWith the outbreak of the Korean
- War, the Air Force launched a
' speedup program to build bases in
Morocco. The emphasis was e n

speed, with little regard for dol dollars.
lars. dollars. But construct inn rntt rm in

hi Eh that to set ureenthr needed

'runways for the base, the A i rt

ruins inn ill Knpnn nan nr rnp

money it had earmarked for hous housing.
ing. housing. The construction scandals lat later
er later led to a Senate investigation.
"It WIS in late 1951 and eartv

1952.' Douglas wrote Jackson,
"that the Inw rnst rtallai huts

iwere accepted with the thought in

miria uai iney were only lor m-

tenm use ana wouia De replaced

wiw sianaara dormitories.

Tt is these Dallas huts 18 x 16

icot plywood and screen wire

structures which still house most

or in, troops at xvouasseur.
DnnPlat Kaid wnrldnridA rennire.

ments of the Air Force have al always
ways always been greater than the money
it get, and "provision of replace replacement
ment replacement farilltips ha had in ha Ha.

if erred to build initial facilities at

otiier stations." i
TloilPlaj said n ecti mated KO

family housinsr nnit are renuired

lat Nouasseur. ( s -.

1

MAJ. GEN. THOMAS L, HARLOLD (left), Commanding Gen General,
eral, General, USARCARIB, talks Informally with Adm. Lagreze, Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador from Chile, during the latter's recent visit to USAR USAR-v;
v; USAR-v; CARIB headquarters at Fort Amador, -i. '
V '.-' i (U.S. Army Photo)

By OSWALD JACOB Y
Written for NIA Service
-

NORTH t
AA.K101
. : vq .
841
. 4J96S
west east
4765 At
VJ743 i VKtl)
Q1073
AT Q10433
. SOUTH D
AQJ-91 -;
A10S
K
- v North-South vul.
South Watt North East
1N.T. Pass Pass
34 Put 44 Past
Pass Pan
Opening lead-4

ii i
SliJ
Aiambo Fox Trot
Waltz Merengue
Cha-Cha-Cha

You're Never Too Old To Be A "Beginner!''
Take Advantage 0 HARNETT & DUNN'S
, Special Beginners Course

Be more popular and learn all
i BASIC dances.
' HARNETT te DUNN say that -all
around dancers have most fun. t
Studio Hrs. 5 to 10 P.M. Suite "ill.
Tel. Balboa 2.-4239 or Pan. 3-1660.
Studio El Panama Hotel
HARNETT & DUNN

' LEARN 5
. DANCES
FOR $15.
. PRIVATE
LESSONS
ONLY

Members of Dance Master & Eductors of America.,

DC-7's Wing Hit Connie's Fuselage

In 128-Peath Grand, Canyon Collision
Washington An s t?p :L.i'ui:' i

r;.,;i i V ipvesngauon oureau, saia
? ...Wled yesierday.that the prior failure or malfuncUon in
two air hner wKmK ri v"""""","v"

tnJt. n,Ctaya .Jun SOcoUided be- He said it was impossible to de-
passengers. tairwnrMne nt th .1.

C.V i L ,u miraeaiaieiy neiore tne crasa. But

t-.sc me scene "estabUsh- he said maintenanee r e a

m rioap if k M rt: i ... .

sion did u"" :SDwi..c.0U,:,sB a both planes were air

Jensen Diss;
Funeral Icorrbw

Mrs. Laura Butterfield Johnson,

Stcdclicldsrs
riix Gcfd-FIalcd

mot did, to facV occur" between

U1E KinilPn S If I I nn TV 1

lation. ; w t ...
Clarke, testifying in the second
dav Of the PAR'. n..l.i:. k.:"

on the crash, did not state how

uie Dianei en iriet u 1.1

jr lesw are oeing made to de-

iuiub me "sequence" of the im
pact.,--, ...
Clarke headed it S n...

mmte which examined the wreck-"'

sc m ue two planes, found lii
miles anart in the enn,n

lie Said the inulintU j:

cates only that contact was made

Mciwceu ue lert outer wing of the
UW and the Constellatinn ft,..

1 . U0V

iaii nist ahead nf tke I

He said the DC-T propeller or
propellers inflicted one or more

cm on ue uusteuaUon fuselage.
But he said investigation, of the
v;recka?e un AHfn.,u k.......

the extreme destruction: of both

pianes. .' v:'".,. r- ,
aarke. an ifPnnotiiiia1 lantrt.

evaluation engineer in the CAB's1

worth

from

at the time they took

Angeies.

off

No radio rennrt f

o'ifficulty were received from eith

er piane oeiore tne collision.
Clarke laid auhstantUI nUu,

the C-fi's left outer wing were

found at the Constellation wreck wreckage
age wreckage site. '- :'-:.. v .. -He
said the spatterinff nf 4h

Constellation parts indicated that
its tail assembly had! broken off

oeiore uie piane nit the ground

ana Dronaoiv verv xnnrtiv after

me lu-uigoi collision. :. f i :

mcusmes

LONDON," Aug. '3 (UP -Stock.

a lnnrtr j.:r;'en of the mnltj-million dollar

Panama ty. ded y e s t e i 7i vl m S f W Arm yttoti
ri't' V1 'e,leJa ylBQld-Dlated hmous nea vt.rd.

"""'us i ner nome on Central J
fter long..illness. Their disapproval was shown ia

m; Mrvices e held to- a vote, of 240 to 68 against rein-

ifiw!,,!1.1"' wChurch- Burial, chairman of the board of the firm

ui uie nerrera uemete-

. Mrs. Johnson Is survived by her
husband., Isaac- her anna

- -, -vu.nugiiOTi
fi? .t1"8" wno re residents of

i,; aausniers,- Mrs. Maizie
L. Reynolds, Mrs. Christina Mc Mc-Clean,
Clean, Mc-Clean, Mrs. Clarise Johnson and
Mrs. Rose Robertson, who is also
a, resident of the UJS., 'and 20

giauucuuuren.

Ccff Ina Up IHglifs

If vna auffar froni OatUnr Us.

Mghta, BacKaen, U mini, ixa
: Af Vigour. Narvouanaaa or waak

" mm vaii annnlfl kln n,tr Plnatate

1 Glan4 Immediately wKh ROGKNA.

Thla wnndar madlnlna malcaa

' you fael younger, atronf r an4
- lap without Interruption. Gal
noOKNAfromyourchamlattodAlb
katiaiactioa iuajaataa4. i

A iroken holding in a suit may
cost you a trick to lead that suit.
When you have several such suits,
your best course is to adopt a
passive defense, getting out safe safely
ly safely at each opportunity, and allow allowing
ing allowing the other side to open each
suit.v

akutaW tianil Wt didnt

1 -a All iwn; M.UU, '
want to: lead from the jack of
hearts, the queen of diamonds, or
from the ace of clubs. He wisely
played for safety by leading, a
trump. .
Declarer won the first trick In
dummy with the ace of spades

' in oraer to ieau luwaius uie mg
of clubs. West won with the ace

ana got oui once more, wun

irump.
Declarer won In dummy again
and this time tried the diamond
finesse. West won with the queen
of diamonds and led his last

trump.

South : was now in trouble. He
lead the eight of clubs to force

out tne ten, won tne diamond re
turn.' and cashed the kine of dia

mnnd NAthino helned fnr he

hadn't set up the jack of clubs
,. it.

nor naa uie aiamonas oroxen.
The hearts were no better. South
led a heart to the queen, losing

to tast s King, cast rteurnea i
heart nnt ftnulh fineeced the ten

This lost to the jack, and South
Ivan A auim Ana 1

South felt aggrieved at his bad

juck. tvery tinesse was sour,
and no suit broke, well. The luck

would have been different, how however,
ever, however, if West bad incautiously
opened a heart or a diamond.
Either lead would sacrifice a trick,
: and this would have given declar declarer
er declarer the game and rubber.

Ccn:.:rcD Sccrckry
' Scss 'Fresh Bounce';
InUJCibss
WASirTNGTOW Suit 1 ito

; jvommercB secretary Sinclair
Weeks yesterday predicted a
Vfresh bounce" in 1usmcsS follow

ing ine imminent end of the steel
' Strike. But he said the "trend" in-
yolved in the steel wage award
would "obviously" cause inflation
,.. .lf continued long enough.

i- neeKs saia uie sieci wage hike
- was "substantially" higher than

me increase in worker productivi productivity.
ty. productivity. He called on both manage management
ment management and labor to use "wise re re-,
, re-, stalnt" in pricing policies. :
"We air must keep a "watch "watchful
ful "watchful eye" on the possibilities of in inflation,
flation, inflation, he said. ..
At a news conference, Weeks
. 1 also said he is always ready to
discuss more trade with the Rus

sians, as called for earlier this
week by Mikhail Chekmarev, new
Soviet economic minister tn thic

country. But he added, "we're not

reaay to DreaK down the bars on
trade" of strategic goods.
Weeks was largely optimistic in
his outlook on business prospects.
He said the steel strike "did not
upset the apple cart" and the nut.

look is for a "ton notch Rummer

ind fall" with continued "high
mployment." ; ...
he revealed that nreliminanr

timates show July employment
was "slightly higher than the June
record of 6 millions and "will
make another, all-time record."
July unemployment was "a
thade" lower than the June total'
Of 2.9 million, Weeks said. ...

OUR mtf LVXITE KAYSER LINGERIE SENDS
YOU OFF TO DREAMLAND LOOKING
- LIKE J DREAM YOURSELF!

Choose from our smart
.. collection now .
' v short and' long

J
if
Kays i r

Nightgowns

Slips ond half slips, too.

. These and mors- In slieerlingerjefor'
V : ''.' the' smart bride. , ' v

Just say "Charge It"

LA MOD A AMERICANA
". ; Central 'Ave. opposite Savings Bank.

M'
-ft

MADURITO'S

. y ....!

LARGE AMOUNT
OF

in 'all your favorite colors and styles
if":., ony 5.59 : :"
Also 'Nelly de Crab," famous make e'o nr
In blouses Sizes 10-16 JL,7J

Dressing
from fc i
$4.95

: I; L. MADURO Jr. v
, ; t
, Member of Commercial Accounts M
PANAMA col3n ,

it

SAY IT WITH MUSIC v

- nivmin, nan. tur) A
Wichita disk Mn vw .t

for blood donors for the American
SV0" ""O PU this tune:
"It Only Hurts for a Little While."

which makes various products from

oicycies to automobUes.

. i -i : 1
The firm had ousted Sif Ber

nard On grounds he anent tnt mitoh

of its monev on hii wife. I jdv nw

rah Docker, who doubles as a marb-

le-snooung cnampion. sir Benuura
appealed to the stockholders.

There- also were complaints be
Cause the Dodcera had the fiim

maae mem a gold-plated limousine.
It had zebra-skin upholstery, be because
cause because Lady Docker complained that
mink was "too hot to sit on."
The Dockers argued that the car
was good publicity for the firm.

P4

K'X It T'jrti and CROOM Sit A
I DUPOGT TCRMQlA

8

18-47 J37 Central Ay;

1 AH

1

1t t tl S,

n

SUMMER PRICES!

DOUBLE-BECK BEDS completely equipped wih two
railings and two special made "VENUS" MATTRESS

i

I 1 ..hi .. 'af-V TV' I

$55.50

MAHOGANY Foldfng
Chairs 1
$3.50 ..
QUALITY SUITCASES
LARGE ASSORTMENT
FROM $j65

Folding Beds (2-6) Vwith
VVENUS" Mattress ;

$26.90

' r ...

" '

ILLMOCKS WITH 3IETAL BASE
Large . . j . $12.95
. Tor Children : .$ 5.90

AVOID INCONVENIENCES. OUR WIDE ASSORTMENT OF FURNITURE

CAN GIVE YOU ALL THE COMFORT YOU NEED '

MUBLERiA

EL DIABLO

THE CENTER OF LINOLEUM, ulaSSES & PICTURE FRAMES

- - Established in 1909

T'PTtt JH M JRjfMi 11 aLakl4V af''BaMISne

1

ir--. "LV MfU

-

L 1

fi "v...M!aaa.t.- jjJtW)

I

: n v i W If,

- Decoroor'i delightl
"Chinese Garden"

9

Tropicana bMngA ,jpu

. Come in pick your niotif, . r
Chin 00 mnAorn nlnnin1

" .'.we'll be haoDY to heln vou ilU

carry out tchalever decorating JJf?

at iiv me

Kerne you select. J

. I ai.f

0

er'iginol

! juxnd& iwu foww...

. The home of. v',.

DUMONT TV '7 -r
i IMPERIAL Lamps
DUR.1TEX Rugs ;
VERTIKAL Blinds
j PFAFF SewinS Machine

PlastT-

f:Si-'i.-,;'-"'V

it,, : ? ; mm

J i

", i Genuhie

" v Native Mahogany
.. .beautifully finished

' Panama's Most Modern Home Furntslung Store

- A House of Quality r t

,1

Credit terms

to meet "your

Individual needs.

Open all day Saturday
for. your shopping

, f convenience ;

(FORMERLY PHILIPPINE RATTAN FURNITURE)

4th of July Ave. At the sign of the clock Tel. 2-2181 .



nrrf pan'Ama amteica in rrorrrvrrvT rnT vrrs?im
ruroAT, ArGrsT 1
liUC SIC2I CF UAKTHA W
Afteraath-
By WILSON M KLUUb
IkS TVS 2-5CN'S CTJatCT
1 70VA.'OICirr5,MXS,
YCMYCU i
"1
,( T K.-' ,. m .. T7 t -rr TM.-r r srTTHCTI UJCKV. WC
riVTVTDSrFTWEW
ZC3KNEMYPIWrrNB?ICUK IWCWONGWTrl Y U05tN6 HtVK, WHILE IVt 60T HW ON iK
AS MY ATE-PE-CAMP
MY r '4
awdiatet-
CAN'T f T"T FCNP.

FAGS FOUR

1 1 i:sr ) f US TOQM2SI FT
SCv FTWS j, iff $iljrA I

T7

5 LTJTBtW ACOPY.y I TOST THAT
Y PWTJNER M OK WCWONGwnX

8 flSBRt
I COLLY;
if ruAS

f RECEST XSS;6HMEXT r-m-l L HA5 NCT A

5 A N
:nt'.-E.'

7 Mp

v.' ,i A

t

if
f 1-
' f
I 'I
:i
! I
;
1 i
!
h
. r t
4-
, 1
1-
(
'i
i
'i
i. .it
.
:
" i
: i.J -a
1t
t s.-
t
v ;
i, j.
1
'
en
'. 1 ; B
( 1
1
'.

msciLUt ro

Through the Wringer

By At TERMtni

HAVEN'T YOU EVER

SEEN ME WA-SH

MY GLOVES

BEFORE" j

rzzczin ass a mr

Hose fiarmony

KSKXnX ItLOSSU

SVGS fttlKNI

Always i Place

Uk HatT

tjh. fa w- yWj P I

I

6,4 etr a close wi6

"US tXXVN UNTIL

IT GROWS BACK

-4

qt pip

- Aim ao

. Interruption

ft f. I BAXUST

Navy Will Build Research
Station At South Pole

WASHINGTON, Aug. 3 (UP) i
' Thf Navy announced plans yester

day to build a scientific reasearcn
stat'on at the South Pole next win-j
- ter the first structure in history
' at' the exact "bottom of the

world."

!, ADrnli atatinn will Ka Vlnilt

f witn materials flown over the pole

,iand dropped by parachute at part

the Mavy'i second major An tar

i The expedition is part of this
country's participation in the 1956 1956-58
58 1956-58 International Geophysical Year,
the name ior an unprecedented
worldwide scientific stock-taking
of the earth and its place injthe

universe. i

A total of 3,525 men will take
part in this year's expedition, com

pared to last year's 1,8. "They

win prepare the way for 148 civi civilian
lian civilian scientists to occupy research

ft)AtrrsJte True Life Adventures

; V-t ''-T j I'D SWEAR OOPS WAY OFF V.
D "Z t-Ti-.! HIS BASE -IK FCT,THI5
5 nSi vL"i-f!' WHOLE CCAL SEEMS I THINK
t?1 TO BE RAPIDLY VO SETTER
Si f70XK' GErmMSOUT ( PUT A STOP
- kffi rwMmV & HAsND. "J" "TO THIS

;idnt'- 1 I 'TbK,M.-Wk'VbHAP
$WfXfcd$ : f VES?ASOME TROUBLE,
s-f 5H 3 f WHAT" ) AND AE
DEAR, NOW ) M IS ITPy NEER HEL
I I 7? ru-. r" 'SvWr I

soon ARa.ca

11 TEkhmk rr is pgAAues op the UON's well-rouncts9
ANt? LEISURELY 6AIT THAT THE ZEBKA6 I
KNOVJ HE IS WELL PEP ANP VWOJT ATTACK THEM THEN, i
They swk&x uodcb himor hb them. e

tic epedition dubbed "Operation; stations over next, winter. The

' Dean Freeze II."

- It will be far more ambitious
than last year's "operation Deep

FrePte I," involving almost dou-

Bl the number of men, U ships
and 38 Navy and Air Force planes.

MORRISOII'S
SPECIAl
FOR THIS- WEEK:'
TOY GUMS
Ktep youngster happily
buiy through the vaca vacation
tion vacation period.
Water Pistols and Machine
Gun, Boomerang Guns,
Rifles, Bubble Pistols, .-.
Shooting Banres
from 9e. up.
Until Wednesday Only.
MORRISOII'S
Opposite the Anoon P.O.

ships will leave the East and West
coasts between September and De December
cember December to build a group pf scien scientific
tific scientific stations, support bases and
air fccilities.1 "r
Major operations will start in
September when the Navy and Air

Force planes go to New Zeland

prepared to push on to the An

tarctic in mid-uctoDer.
In the first operation of this

year's expedition, Navy Seabees
will construct the research station
at the geographic South Pole on a

10,000 foot plateau.
Navy planes will land the Sea

bees at the cole. The men will

build the station with 5U0 tons oi

materials which the Air Force's
eight giant C124 Gloebmasters will

fly from McMurdo Sound and drop

by parachute

Scientists and maintenance men

should be at work at the pole by

next January, the" Navy said. Oth

er stations in me ,; Antarctic arc
scheduled to be completed be

tween October and March.

Rear Adm. Richard E. Byrd,
first man to fly over the South

Pole, is the "officer in charge" of

U.S. Antarctic programs ana is o o-verseer
verseer o-verseer of political, scientific, leg

islative and operational aspects of

we poiar program.

. it

Bur they know als3 vjhem hbs hunsr anp an the
PBOWL.TkEM ITS T1M5 TO GET s

JKL 4LV-Mt M

- B

bTI EDGAB MABTli

wo

TW05

SIXTHS i'H -rJMUuu-n

msTi

tt. ... I

. J

'" r v n v raw

9

il

1

OP5

ft"

Y-7

tM ky A Sennet. hw.T.M. 1

CAPTAB. BAfl

Deception

Bt USUI TtJKNIB

0iwewisb Km isMim iptUatc l

SIDE GLANCES

By Calbraith

CFN-TV

Wherever yw look,. Jntidt end cut.,.

Published through the courtesy' of j

DIS1RIBUID0RA ELECTRICA, S. A.
Ave. 8a. Peri) No. 9-116 TeL 3-1650. Panama, B. P.

rBIOAT, JLtmk x mm
1:5S Slfn at
. 3:00 Armed Forest Haul
. 4:00 Carry Moor
4:1 Robert Q. Lrwla
4:30 Godfrey Time
4:45 Perry Como
SiM On Your Account
I N Wlnky Dink
CKIO Panorama Newt
7:00 Meet MiHia
7:30 Dr. Young
8:00 Comedy Hoar
t:00 Jnfinny Canon
t M Two Tot The Honey,
10:00 Boxbif
11:00 Newt
11:05 The Studio
1135 Foreign Intrigue i
1J M Sign off..

SATURDAY, Aarot 4, IS5I
1:M Sign on
2:00 Western Mailnee
1:00 Armed Forces Hour
4:00 Encore Theatre

S:O0 Arthur Godfrey & Friend!

:00 Panorama Newt
7:00 Harry Ownet -7:30
Stage Show
8:0O Caeaar't Hour
00 Highway Patrol
9:30 Damon Runyon ,
10. DO George Gobel '-' J
10:30 Hit Parade
11. t Kews
115 US Steel Hour ..
12:03 Sign oft

When buying appliances. See
NOTiGE before you buv!

1

3

ft W t) MA IM IM.

"Let's pick this stuff carefully so Dad won't mist any
thing you know how miserable he is when tome of
hit prized vegetable! are gone!"

Faltering Philip :
ftuftp's life Is tilled with bruiser, ;
rTed-wora steps and rags he nses.
Bepairs woold teav bis home like new.
. A. CUssifledc, fast the rtcbt eloel

UAUBJ'T we

ftOMEWHUEf

WET

TOPyrw.F

vai Malfi THAT muTOF THE MfiHT
4MB IuWItSIk )0M THIMfi FOR

BEITER NOT P15CU5

rr

PtHRU AT LAST, Erl? NOW 1 SHOUtPWl

answai:

MORTT MEEKll

Some 'Other Tune

By OICK CAVAIXJ

JpKTv .

H H, BUABItUU) tfOLtl

LAiOet sWOTUOtS bUB WAI

tf J. B WUAMM3 t

'"" -. n

i HOVJ ASOUT THAT i HAK-KAFF.';

hou-VS BeeWASfiOUET ISZZXk -AanSSal Vis-.eMbJ -d

PEAArfl- With ioo

THE IEMLIM

OOESMTHOWHE' v

'OP PEACE TO

iriaon AMOTHee

ISi I W lw w

CURTAIN ?

WINS? ARC ff mLET' JOST SAVE

YOU SKETCH- VCHJR SA6P5 Or-
iNs A txwe Surprise lWiu i

WA1V IM VJlTH A

I HANDS.'

1

WOW.' THEY'RE

PAINTING AMP

CLEAN IMS IT UP

' LAST 1 WAft

ASHAMED TO

INVITE MY-

OUT

Jf.l X

WMpj NOUP LOVE TO LIVE RQggE
V.

KEALLV ARE

3



FEIDAT, Al GrST S, 1938

TZX PANAMA AMZSICA.V AM EvDlTEXBENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
page nri

oaa

anama

t and Juiciwi5e

ncoiy

Ji nil L mmj If ul.fLm, mJ'PmLm 2-0740 2-0741 Ltmm 9.00 uJ W mtfi,

t

' ""t

.1

If

Ik

"MRS. THELMA DE CARRIZO AND MRS. ILEANA DE HOT discuss final coordination of car
colors and models attire with Mr Fernando Henriquez and Mr. Federico Maduro-at Colp&n,
Motors-Showroom This parade of automotive, and women's: styles will be held tonight at
8:00 at' the new Presldente Remon Race track.. Tickets at ,$1.00, are available at the door.
The proceeds ot this unusual event will go to aid the charities supported by the Doctor's
Wives. Committee of Panama. The admission, ticket also. Includes many door prizes. This
evening's festival will conclude with dancing in .the- elegant aurroundings" of the new, Club
House, to the music of Angelo Jaspe. '-; r J- s a

MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND MRS. ALBERTO BOYD
TO ATTEND INSTALLATION OF BOLIVIAN PRESIDENT I
i Minister of Foreign' Affairs Alberto Boyd, who his been
named Chief of the Panamanian Mission and will represent
Panama at the installation ceremonies of Bolivia's new presi president,
dent, president, Hernan Siles Suato, left last night by plane for Bolivia
accompanied by Mrs. Boyd. ' -- -
if Other members of the Panamanian Mission are Lt. CoL -and
Mrs. Raul Arias, and Mr. and Mrs. Lais Manuel Hernan-.

Far wail t)innrt Given; For t
Ambassador Td Mexico ...''
Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Alema'n
Jr., entertained with a dinner at
their residence in Coco del Mar in

honor -of Panama's Ambassador!

to Mexico and Mrs. Eusebio Mo Morales
rales Morales who are returning to Mei-

Wtddinf Annoudtemnt!--"""
! Miss Pamela r Hawthorne be becomes
comes becomes the bride of Edward Gerlad

Coloski today at the Coco Solo
Chapel., .Miss Hawthorne is the

paniedy Mrs.noC relurned" re

cently to the Isthmus by plane.

While in the States Dr. Kno at attended
tended attended the Medical Convention in

Chicaeo. Illinois and the Rotary

Convention in Philadelphia, Penn

sylvania.

Abou Siad Shrine

Special Prist

Anneuncas-'

Lbui?e Uttenweiler' ot : Houston.

lexas, wno visiting with Capt

and Mrs.' J., P, Johnson also of

Margarita were entertained with

a luncheon at the Hotel Washing-ton-
. i ... .V.-

Hostesses for the luncheon were
Mrs. Harry Trynerf Mrs.' Roger

awam ana jars, joaq tampbeU,
Subert Jurbyfills Leavlnf 4
On Vacation- ti, ij'7.
"Among- those. saifinz.a6oardrth

SS, "Cnslobal!' tomorrow for New

York are Mr. and- Mrs.- Subert

lurbyfill.'-. ,
The Turbyfills will i p e n d

month s vacation visiting New
York City, St. Louis, Missouri and

Mexico utx,. Juexieo. ?

Diablo Camera Club To Hear

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David, shirt dance on Saturday staring at

p.m. .i..,.';?., ),' f'-'j J
Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres will

be served until S p m.. when danc

ing to Lucho Azcarraga; bis organ!

and orchestra will begin,

A special prize -for the b e s t Lecturo anoV See Clord, SI idee

been announced by Earl Engel, Di- Club listened to and viewed .color

rector of Abou Saaa bhrme rem- slides of the Mayan ruins of Co Co-pie.
pie. Co-pie. Units, who' are giving t.' sport pan at their meeting Thursday

W. Hawthorne of New Cristobal.

Dinner Party For
Mii't Herring v
Mr., and Mrs. R. K. Morris en

tertained last night with a small

dinner party at their home in Bella
Vista in -honor of their houseguest

Miss Beverly- Herring. Miss Her Her-ring
ring Her-ring who' is. -visiting here for a

week- is on her : way home to

Sureveport, Louisiana from South
America, t -- ..-' :.?;
' j .,;
Dinner- Honors Departing
Isthmian.-"

jCommander and Mrs. Nathan
Fuller entertained with a dinner

at their home-in honpr of, Mfs,
Teresa Comber who will be Ieav,
ing on vacation.
Mrs. Comber was- -presented

with a pair of crystal vases from
the group, members of her Spa n-

ija viass, wno aueuuea uib par
ty. : n-.. --
Cxuests were Mrs.-John-Purvis;
Mrs. W. Abernathv. Mrs. J.... F.

Meehan. Mrs. Alvin Rankin, and; Visitors Tendered Luncheon

Miss Jane Holcomb. " I At Washington Hot V
' ; 11 Mrs. Simon Van Woutof Savin-

Return From Cxtensivti , nah, Georgia; who .is, we.hovse we.hovse-U.S.
U.S. we.hovse-U.S. Viait v V r 'guest of Capt. and Mrs. C. W.

. Dr. Harry Eno, of Colon accom Lewis qf; Margarita and M r s

Dinner Party 'Honors
Visitors r-

Mr j and Mrs. Charles Lester of
Maimi, Florida, who are visiting
their son and daughter-inlaw, Mr.

and Mrs. Richard Lester of Bal

boa, were honored at a dinner par

ty last evening at the hpme. of the

Minister of Agriculture and Mrs

Ignacio Molino in Campo Alegre.
' The Minister of Agriculture, re returned
turned returned on Monday from a short

trip to Honduras,,
Mrs. Frank Rhodes. ', ..
VUitina Here

Mrs. Frank Rhodes is visiting

her father. Dr.: James Zetec of

Balboa.. Mrs. Rhodes trrived on
the Isthmus by plane recently

from Ecuador. ,

"f f THE VuNTlL 7 .PJW EATING CLUB'
- I en.

b.n lu::cm
i:j.!2 luiich
1:3.; 3 LUnCII

0.9 f ;
0.75

"V

,1

SPECIAL 1.50

11:30
Tai

i p.m.
' r K
Tili ;
7 p.m.

Includes Appetizer Soup or Consorqe
-4- Enlree Salad Dessert Bread

Butter & Coffee or Tea

MUSIC. ASD DAXCIM EVERY mCm
TYPICiL NIGHTS on WEDNESDAY wiili

'Conjunto Plicet" and Margarita Escala

everang at Diablo Heights.1 Mr.

Donovan. 1. Gever; of Cristobal.

presented -the program. Mr. Geyer

is a siuaeni 01 me Mayan cuuura

and has visited the ruins in Hon

duras on several occasions. The

n
s L "i

J... al j.i

. wr ine most
'. dependable1 milk
...the best milk
. Klim is especially fecom-,
mended for infant feeding .1
it's so pure and safe and so :
easy for baby to digest It pro-,
-vides growing children with
important nourishment they
I need every day. j. i .,. 1
Klim adds creamy goodness
to coffee, tea, cereals-and all
kindaof milk recipes. For the
whole family-there'a no milk.
- more dependable than Klim.

VITAMIN D
ADDED

v A

Jv, take 4 parts f 1
Jef ptirewater-nODO,

miz, and yon have I
pure, sale aiilk.

' I

K(!:2 G:ts Pcpibibn Increase
Willi Arrivcl 01 Patten Family

Chief

Patfon

Warrant Officer Clifford! .Returning to Dallas, Mrs.

arrived at r ort Kobbe ton presentee her husband

Pat-

with

!:vl:l Ro:cls

On Tcrri!:ry i

rni iSini A e' f. -?-) CVet;wlth h Wlfe nine of their ten Helen Theresa, 11, and James Ray,
hvKgE?ei" 1 "T.'rtiWrra. recenUy, giving the 20th' 9. '.Vest Point can claim credit as

n !? fllCJhanges whlcb thel gest PoP"ltion boosts. in recent Joyce Marie. 4, and Sandra Kay,
i"- .Vvos snn. 1 2' 2. were added tot he family it
peace treaty now being discussed.?. fjHn over' a tank-; nain(n.'lFr ha t...

"J! h eKiTU 1 ?aesti0B Hn(. officCT of tne 20(11 Infantry's' A?nes Diane," 5'i. Is returning to
s?tUe?;. (Service Company motorpool, C.W her homeland. It was while the Pat-

iHthl iBn--uuier re- o.. ration and his family are re-tons were stationed at nearby Fort
rt Le Jai,a"ese. Proposals at turning to one of then- first loves, Clayton thar she was born.

MnV ...Tii ranama. stationed at Corozal froml' Paon me his wife -i

OUR ANNIVERSARY

Pfa t the Spirdonovka 1919 ta.1952, tt has been their de-ling with VK" Company of the 11th
! : f "" '; jsire to return to this area ever Infantry regiment. He was chosen
tuiu !.' si 4t .'.since. . as part of a demonstration compa compa-Snepilov
Snepilov compa-Snepilov ?said the territorial ihm Pat on' n rtest nn Anth.' 1 .!., D.

SlfL With his p-. American Txpo7,7 wh'ch toVk"

iu i r.. n is siauonea in ah p ace in Dallas. Texas,
the- Soviet Liuon -certain -Japa- serving as part of the- vital Ar i Z I

in World War II, 4 j The birthplaces .of the Pation't';n company was one of the hap hap-.
. hap-. Japanese Foreign Minister Ma-; children are as diversified as their P,1 decisions in my Army ca
moru Shigemitsu, whotis heading many interests. Anthony. 1 22. andreer.,.aaya the father of ten.
the Tckyo delegation here trying Clifford, Jr f 18, were born in the' Anther of Patton'a vivid mem mem-to
to mem-to negotiate a treaty, to end Ja-city where their parents first met eT'm u ot n" tw tours of duty at
pans technical state or war with Dallas,, Texas, u -i t We- Point. Chfford, Jr., will be
the Soviet Unioni in turn reiect-l Th,tirt iri h. o.tJcn.fenne West Point in the near

ed 1 ShepUov'ai stand. ,t.r m s tjn household was Mary Francis,!1"- J u
He told newsmen after today s 'now 15. Mary was- born -at Fort' 1 Patton family arrived here
formal session that "Shepilov said Bra??. North Carotins, whiia K.h.i from Fort Hood, Texas, where Pat-

Japan has no right to raise any jvillc. Tenn.. -is the bifthnlar ftonvwas assigned to the Fourth

the Soviet Union."

- r'-'U v 0. 'j
"We cannot anderstand this an

gument, he said, adding that he

told Shepilov that Japan did pot

participate in, the Yalta -confer

ence and 1 that : any agreement
made there could not be binding

on tne Japanese.
v ( PRAIRIE DOC.CONTROL;.
1 HOXIEKanl'UPy'.- Sheri

dan County farmers have killed an
estimated 35,000 prairie dogs so
far this? yearv -The, chief weaoon
has been fumigant inserted into

prairie dog holes.; ;

Patsy Ann, 12.

Ericourt To Give ;
Piano Concert : A
Here Monday ;
American pianist Daniel E r i-

court will give a cpneert Monday

uigni ai o.ju p.m. at tne isauon
al .Theaters i-vsM -,:1j ;v

Armored Division.

club grouo wis particularly inter-

esiea in Dir. ueyer s lecture as a
photographic field trip is planned

to lopan.on bept. l, z, ana 3.
The.crou. alio revisited, the Co

lnnbiaa city of Cartagena through

the medium Qf the color s 1 1 a e s

that were taken by club .members
on a field trip July 1.
Te Depart For. States Side -
Vacation
Leaving aboard the S3 "Cristo "Cristobal"
bal" "Cristobal" on Saturday are Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph B. Clemmons and
sons Jay and Stuartf The Clem Clemmons
mons Clemmons family will spend six 'weeks
iff North Carolina and plan to en enter
ter enter son Jay at Duke University in
the Fall. , -

(Continued on Page 1)'

Stage Bride,
Bridegroom
Marry

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Aug. 3
(UP) Shirley Jones, of Swh--ton.
Pa., and Jeck Cassidv, of New
York- whn had heen nlavina thn

Sated

distinguished pianist. Ericourt is a bridse Drama FeSlival's "Beg.
citaen of the .United States, how-! ?aT's Opers." announced yeler
ever." he was born in France and day they will be married Sunday;

inmcu ,iu musical eaucauon at
the Paris Convervatoire. As a
youngster he knew Debussy well
and had the privilege of appear

ing -with him in' concerts, i A memorial service commem-

is program will include compo- Hn te first anniversary of th
sitioni by: Bach, Beethoven, Cho- death of Mrs. Elim M"Coiirtie- will
pin, Debussy and Lisrt.r -v h he'd at tb St. Christonhef's
Tickets may be' obtained 'at the' Church. Rio Abajo, tomorrow; at

unite ui luo meaier. I a m

Memorial Service

It taken only few nun-'
utea to rent a new Herts,

' w'ii- and it s always
'easy!--
. Just show your driver's
'license and proper identi-

- i aff

ii

M Raf reiha. a4 aoet'lws-, p-M I JajjV-" ", v
U tUm lrHtati.n. 1 ' 1 J I 'u aa,
It Mtxaana also acts 'ryl l ,' f -1 -4 1 1
ll ,a Jatdarantj pSta B-.r- ? vi i ,-;
-,' .fmai I

, -...-TTTT- I
It is a aaadicatad t4t.

For HERTZ Rent A Car, just call

'Ponamd 3-4568

lication . and off you go

. in a car aa priyato aa
youf cCwn!
- No red tape. No con confusing
fusing confusing charge. One rat
covers everything!

"A- new 195 tar' can 1 be. yours
for an hour., day, -week...

;or.montir And take up. to-5-with. you or ,he
same freasona,hle. aU inclusive' charge.".. .;j i

Call u t6 merve t Car Anywheri

FIESTA CAR REIITAIS of PANAMA, Inc.
HOTEL EL PANAMA Tel. 3-4568

N3 w Revlon liquid : makeup

treats Your SMn
as you weai it!

Ceauty

Jouch-and-Glow,

Liquid Makeup contains Ldnolite x V

to soften and protect your skin!

" !t You're right in refusing to wear ordinary makeups that may hide lines and blemishes, :'
. r but may also mietrtat your akin .... drying your skin, clogging your pore s
..feligheavyandlookingma6kyTbat,swhJ'you'iw,Toucll-andGlow,.
It's' wonderfully different... blended with LANOirTE,oeroryourii
. v V i rtaii taaolU Utfl Good for U skin typea : dryoUy, normaL Beauty treat yut
i ' akin with Touch-and-GW liquid makeup today ) : i s; ;k
'. - ' .i .. ...... v ;
. ', i f .... , -,:.'
W VLOJi FACE POWDEK in tlnm htavtntf thtidu, 6 WW M wvaui uuA TeicW-t:n'. It tluig'J aw

SPECIAL SALE

Continues

FOR YOUR LIVING ROOM
' 1 .. j Eefora
"Punta Estaca'' style livintr room
act. cxifuuebu uphu.aiu'ea v....'..i.$130.00
"aQama livtMiu" a.yie tivuig locui :
sews paui.ea in Cieam, ciiarrftuae,. ...
orauise, ugat cue ................ J85 00
"Cuoisui 'noprfai' style living room aeu
painved m ngnt bue ana charutue'160.00
Sectional '.'buptr Moaerno" sty .6 living i i
room set upholsiered in ted 1114 fcucu 193.50
"Conipas stj-ie hvuv; 10cm 6et ...... 199.50
"Tuoo styie uvmg room set
'- upholsted'.Ui green and coral 7;....W 2C5.00
"Miramar1 8i.yie living rooni"
set upnolstered in green 240.00
"Panama' styie Iiviuk room stt
upliolftereu in chartreuse and red 25000
"New Buaeniy" scyie living; room
set upholsteied.lu red and ereeu .... 293.00
"Kaipen" style iivmg room set i -'
upnoisteroJ in greeu ................. 45000
Iron vFuturista" style living room
. set 4 piecea green and red ...... 265.00
"Sloe" Jiving, room tables-...;. i.50
"Cangreeo" style center table "25.00
"Paleta1' style center table .. .'.....i.,.. 25.00
''Librera" style center table v 29 50
Armed Chaus, "Simmons' style ...... 80.00
. for Y'ouR'bikNa rqom' 1
v ;. t . i ... .. ,.j i . .. .. 4 .v V
r - - 'Before'
Dining room set No. .1010 green1-;. v. $500.00
"Habaua! styie diniiiK room set ,
gray and clay colors ...... 725.03.
Iron diiimg room set 4-chalrs .-i ..i ;
upholstered in foam rubber 185.00
3-b styie dining room bet pamted . 425.00
Mahogany Sideooards 69.50
"Jardineaa" style Cupboard 89.50
''Arroyo" style dining room table "
.natural 75 00
Mahogany chain upholstered f
fceai, and back .- 15.00
Mahogany chairs r upholstered seat .. 12.50
Dining loom chair i painted .'.. ..... 15.00

FOR YOUR BEDROOM

, "Buropea" style bedroom set in
aqua and ivory ,: .
"Cuoista" styie bedroom set in
ciay and ivory

"Trlaneuio' sivie beaioom et in

clay and ivory ...:....... .. I25 00-

No. 180 carved oresser, walnut .......... 109.50

Before
$600.00
' 1k nA

.. wv.uif..

Dresser with round mirror, wine
No.' 180 '33 bed painted ...
No 190 33 bed Ml..

Armles.v. chairs walnut ..
Bedroom easy chair v-:,;Ui.i..'."w.,'"

No. 215 J3 beds
Deluxe Chiffonier No. 215 J- walnut
(-.?(-, ffMi: ,-f."T.t;J i..,i-' ; ft-" ...

I

r.......

.

99.50

55.00
55.00
27-50,
19 60 V
19 60
55.00 J
125.00

NOW
$97.59
129.08
129.W
i,
149.50
149.$
119.5a
169.09
175.00
" 2:0.00
,299.50
149.50
v 9.50
' 12.59
1250
' MM
- 39.50

, NOW
v $375.09
', 499.59
138.73
2it.50
75.00
59.50
66.25
7.50
6.25
. 1 7.50

NOW
$450.00
, 4S8.7S
468.7$
, 75.00
49.50
- 27.50
27.50
... 13.73
f 18.50
10.93
'29.50
, '75.00

.FOR YOUR CHILDREN'S BEDROOM 1

Befort

No. 1965 ("Nappanee'') cradle -:
light blue .........
Large size boy's wardrobe painted

-y FOR YOUR KIICHEN
- 1 .Befoi-a
No. 37138 Enterprise gas stove,... ,,...$282.50
"Selecta" kerosene stove with oven .... 210.00
Quicfrez freezer No. Q-42-A ..;. r..... 299.50
Philco Freezer Model H-852 362.50
Phllco Freezer Model U-1455 . : :, ;.i 639.50 :
Quicfrez Refrigerator Model H-56-A .... 285.00
Quicfrez Refrigerator ?."5del H-96-D'... 410.00
Phllco Refrigerator Maud 1053 ..- 425.00
Phllco Twin Washer (double) No. 537-E 285.00
Kitchen tables enamel top ........ .. 29.50
Iron kitchen tables 12.50

NOW

65.00 I 45.00
' 79.50' S9.50

FOR YOUR OFFICE

, . .... : Before
Painted typewriter table ....i v.v.-t 24.50 '"
"Futurist" style- mahogany desk 24x40 59.50
Mahogany desk In wine 26x36 ..... i 59.50 s
Mahogany desk in .walnut- 26x36 59.50
Office easytchalr with upholstered seat 19.95
"Futurist" mahogany Deluxe style r ;
bookshelf in walnut .-. -. - 99.50
Easy chair voden seat. 15.00,

NOW
,$209.93
140.00
199.50
271.90
479.50
199.50
299.50
299.50
, 199.50
- 15.00
' .2J

NOW
' 11250
- 44.70
,-' 29.95
. 29.95
' 11.50
'49.75
. J.93

FOR YOUR GARDEN

' .. ) i Before.

Sofa Glider Schott No.1 252-A i ....$ 50.00
Garden Sofa in red '. '29 60--
Oarden Aluminum chairs No.! 250 32.50
Wooden ard Canvas Chairs .-. ..-.'..."-.-i'! '8.50
Reclining CftnVas Chair Nd. 302 in colors 17.50 s
Iron and Canvas Folding Chair No. 1218 11.15

NOW

$ 25.00
; 19.50
, 16.23
1 6.40
-12.50
7.50

MISCaUNEOUS

'" Before

Halllcrafter Radio Model 8-38-D. ......I
Hallicrafter Radio Model 8-R-40
Halllcrafter Radio Model S-86
Phllco record player D-1337 3 speed .
Hi Ft Philco record player 1 1
No. 1347 3 speed u
Philco record player 1757-M ...........
RCA Victor Radio Console ......
Zlg-Zag treable model sewing machine
portable ....... ..;... ...... ........J
Zig-Zag pedal mcdel sewing machine
Pfaff treable model sewing machine .
"Bov" hand sewing machine ... ;
LAMPS celling, wall, lantern types from
Knitted straw for upholstering chairs
12. 14. 16" ..;..
Vamlsh cans' .
Kerosene stove parts v .,

89.50
189.50
189.50
110.08 1

209.50
279.00
500.00
275:00
225.00
275.00 :
195.00
59.50

. 0.60

NOW
, I 67.15
125.00
142.15
73.00
. 157.15
. 185.00
295.00
175.00
' 112.50
175.00
99.50
" $9.59
2.75
i t'-it .,.
. 00 ft.

furHITURE

Central Ave. and 21st E. St TeU. 2-1830 M833



feidat, ircrsTJ,
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
:0 O
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
S LIBRERIA PRECIADO
' X-i- 1 N. II
Agendas Internal, de Publicaciones
. No. S Lottery Plana' '
CASA 2AL0O
v Central At. 41
LOURDES PHARMACY
1S3 La CarraoasJUa
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
.If. M 1'' Street
MORRISON
lh at Jnlj At AttL
, LEWIS SERVICE ;
." Am The! Be.
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
' 11 Ceaaral Av
: FARMACIA LUX
" Mt CaM A venae '
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
' t. Foe. U la Oasa at. Ma, a
. FOTO DOMY
Jwrte Inmmm At, ua M.
FARMACIA VAN-DLl-CIJS
m Street Ma. B
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
Pare, at LnVm 1 Street
FARMACIA "SAS"
- 1 Via Perms ill
. NOVEDADES ATHIS
" Tia Mmtfm Am
JIESUIUM
. FOR -12
WORDS
i: FOR
12 ORDS

TZJ SIS

' 3

b: (M. i

-rue

tJ:S.

COMMERCIAL & FOR SALE
4 PROFESSIONAL Household
'FOR SALE .-Bedroom and living
V CAXAL EOKl POLYCLINIC room. Good pric. Via Form
. 128 Na. 4. .'..'
; 0E11TAL-MEDICAL v FOR SALE.-7-ft,Kelviaror 60
" -Li"v ? cycle refrigerator, perfect work-
DR. C I, FAtWfiA, B.PA,. tai ,,, cood gorier, $75.
. . m Prom Ft. Kobba 2270.
i.Z$!2r'mil FOR SALE: Cane inset bed box v
"' J""- ; ap'ing mattress, never used; large
! framed mirror; Panama map,
""""" v macallanaaut prints, all framed;
RETIREMENT, LIFE twin iia moire and chmti bad-
EDUCATION INSURANCE SfjJ- tSS'St
' chain; ttudia ouch-bed; eh.r
' fill PlT)flE ellineaut J articlei; electric
, JIM fUlUCi tatrigeratar. Panama 3-6372.
fhone raa t-5n FOR SALE: Small refrigerator.'
. 0 eyelet, $30. Ave. Para Na.
pOTgnajajjaManfaanaVaaWaBVaBe"' 89. upstair.'
TRANSPORTS BAXTER. $. A.
Paekar. Skipper. Mer. f PoSltlOII Offered
Phono 2 2451 T y
, Lean Riding at WANTED. Good brid axpari-
' PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL anced eo4k. Must sleep in and
Ridina Jamping Classes daily ': hae references. Good salary.
J r 5 a.. Phone 2-245 1 4-70 38th Street.
or "by appointment. uiuTrn. c 1
ijiBAaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMa- WANTD: Smart young parson
i ell calendar s, almanacs,
fT"""" piiftpiJiJtiwaaanaaal tmJ B,vttiMi Christmas give-.
. HARNETT & DUNN ( C&pftas:
BALLROOM DANCE STUDIO 1 Zena and Panama., Call Al Al-'
' Al-' "TEACHES UNTIL JOU LEARN" axinder, 3-2217 Panama or
: -- I w,itt ln 4075-
Studio ,EI Panami Hotelf h
fSSSSBHB0KKSSSSSMIB& Central, 9126, Bolivar Avenue,
v. Colon. 1
"' ...i hi 1 1 j in., i 1 11 m ; ; '. .', i
- "Wa ahape Sent F1inr-, J '' a
r sszhspsel t Course In Morse ; ;
Swedish Mwago Btram Batb, I m V t T-
fmnfSm Code llov Underway

f f TOKEN OF' GRATITUDE
ward Ostrora told members of the
pelding Hospital staff he was hap happy
py happy with the treatment he had
Ia InollffllA it In Vii will
He died shortly thereafter and his

' will included an nem oi p.hi xor

- m hospital. (

MAKI EXTRA MONET Big Cash
Prof Its Full or spar Time Sell Per Personal
sonal Personal Christmas cards 25 for US tl.Mf
r-Narae Imprinted. Sample free. Also
IS beautiful box assortments. Write
Air Mall CYPHERS CARD CO, 7S
W. Bum St, Buffalo, K.T.
QPP0RTUNITY
for
i MEjV
EXPERIENCED
,:' : In
basic Mechanics
Become well paid
. .r Specialists
through our Studies
I START
i EARNING
llMMEDIATELY
; See Mr. Henriquez
C0LPAN MOTORS
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
Quotation by
- ARIAS, MATTJSS A ASSOCIATES
. v. BM Ask
Attolr Nadonal ...... M.S0
Baaet FlducUrlo ...... 1 11
Blokmlfoa ........nm v
Cementa Panama ....... ft
Cerveeerfa Nadonal .... U
Chhicaaa da Lech .... 11 .
Clayoa
Coca Cola ..............
Cuontaa CotDcrdilea
. Pres. wtUs Com. ....
DeatUadora NadortaJ ...
rinandora tstmefta
, Iret with Cons. .....
Finalizes. S.A. '. ,
Prot with Cera,
ruerae 7 Lux Pref. ... 47 Vi
ruerxa f Lux Coo. ... go
. Hotel btoramerleaiM. SI4
General, da Segnraa .... II
PanameHa da Ace Has ,..
Panamefia da Fibras ... U
Paiiamefia do Seiuro ., a
Panamena do Tabac .. 1
Teatro Bella vista ......
Toetro Central ;m.,i,('' ;-'f'',i
M
ISM
IS
US
. 114
14
V
- If 11
T50
'"
(Commerdal Notice i

Designed to teach interested
fifist: TiPronnnal vna cf m nf d-u

international Morse code as ,:wellp
as a comprehension of basics adto''-i
r fviuviiiivt luajLCi Ul Lilt-i ;
procedure, a four-- week redie
course was initiated recently at
Fort. Kobbe by the 20th Infantry
regiment. Classes began Wednes:
day, in the post's code room sit situated
uated situated at Hangar No. 3.
"Get You .Messtge Through"" Is
the motto incorporated by the1
Sykes" Regulars Communication
platoon of Hq. and Hq. company.
Under the supervision of Lt. Clif Clifford
ford Clifford J. Landry, approximately 16
students have enrolled in the
course which will continue till
Sept. LU v..'
FOJR' SALE
Complete Ceramic
Equipment
: In Excellent;:.
.Condition
Which includes Swedish
potters wheel run elec electrically
trically electrically and .by foot,
wedging table, hot, bx,
all chetpicals, etc.
For further information
call Panama 3-0208
between 5 7 p.m:
, Antenna Installations
our Specialty .,
COMPLETE TV SERVICE
Job or Contract
All Work Guaranteed
Ask About our Service t'
,. Contract'
call i-nu
TELERAD
CORNER "IT and DARIEN
Service CaUsyTUl 10:00 p.m.

-hs&"l

FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1951 Plymouth
Club Coupe. Two-tone, has; ra radio,
dio, radio, ate. Owner leaving Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Phone Panama 3-0462.
FOR SALE: 195J.' Chewier
Pick-up, ft -ton, new tires, good
condition, $950. Autos Eison-.
man. Phone 2-4966.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet Dump, 4
yards, good condition, $950.
Autos Eisenman, Phone 2-4966.
FOR SALE: 1951 Nash Ram.
. bier Convertible, overdrive, di-'
; sectional lights, radio, heater,
- good condition. Call Coca Solo
; 670 after 4 o'clock.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Cadillac,
white and gray Caupe-de-Ville,
lata 1954 with factory equipped
Continental spare, whitewall U.S.
Royal ., Master tires, t automatic
windows and seat, select ronic '-1
1 '-1 dio, air ventilator, etc. T"'s car
costs new over $5800 Stateside.
It has only 15,000 one-owner
miles. For quick sale $3600.
Will accept good condition late
model smaller car as part pay payment.
ment. payment. 1 Working hours call Fort
Clayton 6195, evening ; hour
Balboa 1793.
FOR SALE: '1952 Ford Cus-'
tomlins 6-cyU excslltnt condi condition,
tion, condition, radio, new seatcovert, goad
tires. Original owner; Phone BaU
boa 1464, House 2483-A, Pylt
Street, Balboa.,
FOR SALEC Model A
Phone 3-146,4 Cristobal.
Ford.
FOR SALE: 1955 Belvedere
Plymouth 8 cyl... 4 door, w
tires, two-tone color.' directional
lights, chroma vent shades, tint-
od windows, power glide trans transmission,
mission, transmission, low milesg, ik new.
Must sell befora August 6th.
Housa 4Ll New Cristobal. 3.
Si yv$. '.r-, ."'.,"!
TOR SAIE: Lata model 1954
V-8 Ford Country Sedan. Call
phone 2-2231 or see 1345-C.
15th N.D. Headquasters. Prfcat
i $800 cssh. .r.. f--
FOR SALE-1955 Thunderbird
Convertible.'ws tires, Overdrive,
radio, new top (blsck), light
green color. Driven only 10,000
miles. Bargain, Call Panama- 2 2-0870.
0870. 2-0870. FOR SALEr1953 Ranch Wag Wagon,
on, Wagon, 6 cycles, excellent tires, .ra-
dio,, 10-year battery; new muf-
fler, copper tail 'pipe, 28,000 I
. miles, $900. Must sell quick.
Call Colon 52.
FOR SALE: 1955 Super Buick
Riviera, -" comoletely equipped,
Mike new. Phon Ft. Amador
2312.
FOR SALE.- Cadillac Coupe da
Ville, navy blue, top, light blue i
bottom, radio, heater, power win windows,
dows, windows, seats, whitewall tires, new
seat, covers, motor overhauled
January, new parts. $295 down.
Balboa 4256, 5623-B, Diablo.

Mr. W. E. Kemerer, Mgr. Export Sales, of Firestone later later-national
national later-national Company arrived in Panama at Tocumen Airport early
this morning from the States. Mr.. Kemerer's itinerary, -in ad addition
dition addition to his visit of the Firestone Interamerlca Corrmanv in

Panama, includes visits of Firestone office, asenti and rilst.ri-

butors in various South American countries and all of Central the cows, electrocuting them.' To--America.
, tal cost: SLSOe, v

FOR SALE
miscellaneous

FOR SALE -Boxer. 21 months months-old;
old; months-old; aba I not weaned yet.' In-
tarnations) championship dags'.
Call Coco Solo 52S. Real raas-
enable price for both dgs.
FOR SALE: Revolving: cran,
10,000-lb. capacity, perfect me- -chanical
condition, "Crane- p
Care" .$1450. Autos Eiteamsn, -Phon
2-4966.
FOR SALE: Bargain,, Howard
studio medal piana, A-l condi-.
tion. 2nd Ave., House 64, San'
Franciscew- 1 '....-.:
FOR SALE: Dearborn 'A-hp.':
dehumidifying type room i arr arr-conditioner,
conditioner, arr-conditioner, thermostat control controlled,
led, controlled, latest feature. Used 3 met.
Perfect condition.! Cost $395
new. Will sell for $200. Phone V
86-2283 (Albrook).
FOR SALE. Aquarium 20-gal., :
stainless, with light, .plants, k
. goldfish 0 table; new Remington f
portable typewriter; e h e s t of N
drawers 25"x25"n5S" high, with c
14 drawers (suitable for collect
tion or storage email i t am s) ; .' J
' Chinese linen chests. Telephone.,,
Navy 3538. House 209-B, Red Redman.
man. Redman. ".: 1J'.. in, '?
Bids for theater chain .and ae- :
cassaries ft Quarry Height and
Ft. Davis hsv t been rejected. j,
Prior bidders and others wishing r.
, to bid orally may do so by ap-"'
psaring in person at Bldg., 153,
Quarry Height- at 2 p.m., 7'
' August, 1956.. AH bidder must
i. be prepared re leave deposit of
at least 25 of total bid wheat
' bid is given. Conditions of Sala f
No. 6-56 will aonlv unless oth-
Armif b Air fare MatiM Pi-
STOVES ELECTRICAL TO GIVE
AWAY. You don't believe we
are giving away $125 large t-i
lectric Ranges for $10? Well, we ;
at, so com quKKiy ana carry
wa your extra stave. Also Steel
Wall Lockers $1.50 to $2. At
No. 90, Calle Estudiante, (new
enumeration1 15-34), near Pan-
ama American Bldg., across from
Institute Nacional. '
FOR SALE: 165-watt. trans trans-mitt
mitt trans-mitt with coifs, 60-cycle; also
Millan 90711 all-band VFO.
Reasonable. Phono Balboa 2-
1520.
WANTED:
Apartments
Colipl without children want te
rent a ana er two bodreom a-
partmaa f. Phoad ;3-S434
Schwarta.
American Embassy officer' desires1
' unfurnished modern apartment
at house two or thro bedrooms,
spacious Irving-dining room, Be Bella
lla Bella Vista, Cangrers, Camp Ale'
gre. Telephone 3-0010, Mr. An Andersen.
dersen. Andersen. ,' '.i ;".:', -J
j

-
'T.

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANC0N, CX
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
FREE!-r-Study the aacred scrip scripture
ture scripture in' yaur awn heme, aided
by ceurse in worldwide use. Eng English
lish English and Spanish.' No cost. Em Em-snaus
snaus Em-snaus Bibla Stheel, Boa 1081,'
Barbae,' CX. -' a'''
SAN JOSI INN. in San Jose,
Costa Rica, offer delightful
all-exaenie threl-day 'tour In
coal and beautiful Costa Rica for
$52.50 par person in group of
two or snore people.'. For reserva reservations
tions reservations 'or' reformation, write or
wire SAN JOSE INN, San J,
Costa Rksv 1 .;.-. -'.v -.
FOR SALE:-1950 Mercury Tu Tudor
dor Tudor Sedan, 'ana owner,: 58,000
actual miles; O. H. Graham, Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 552-B. Phon 5286.
FOR RENT
' Apartments V
ATTENTION LI Just buiH
modern furnished aMrtntaars, I,
2 bedrooms, lun cold' w a ta a.
Phone Panama 3-4941. r k
FOR RENT t Furnished modem
apartments, military Inspected.
screened, 1 and -2 be
Phone, 2-3065 Panama.
FOR RENTMedem efficiency
.apartment, stare, hot water, re- r
: frigerator, air conditioned. Cam- V
pe Alegre. Phono -after ( p.m-.
3-4242. ; j
FOR RENT-3-bdrom modem
apartment at Camp Alegre. la la-formation
formation la-formation Phon. 3-4641 during
affica fcaia.w'.,v '!; -, 'V'.,;'-
FOR RENTr- furnished or sa sa-furnished
furnished sa-furnished one-bedroom modern
apartment, 'garage. 168 Via' Be Be-:
: Be-: lisarie Perras. "'' ; -'-'
r. i ,. ; ,,:,. V A -.,---,
FOR HENTt Smalt furnished
apartrnent two bedrooms, right,
water; gas, to couple without
children. 'F Street, II CMgram."
. Phane'3-5640. : -i i
' r.." vi
FOR RENT Fumbhsd apartn
ment on Tiveli Avenue. Ideal for
bachelor' or couple. Phon 2 2-5003.
5003. 2-5003. U u:.
FOR RENTi 2 bedrooms, dm dm-mg
mg dm-mg room, living room, tsrge ve verandas,
randas, verandas, all screened, hot water,
maid' roam, garag. II Cangre Cangre-K'
K' Cangre-K' "A"" Street No. .l7, Apt. 3,
Fhona 1-3906.
FOR RENT! In an exclusive
residential district, spacious a a-partment
partment a-partment fn new three-family
house. Extra large living-dining
room, big kitchen, I bedrooms,
2 bathrooms with hot water. Call
' 3-6816 or 2-1958. h A
FOR RENTI-l-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with larga living room,
screened-in front porch, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, dinette and cedar dry clos closets,
ets, closets, newly psinted, etc., in La
Joy Building. Rent $65. Phono
Panama 2-0027 ar 3-0763.
FOR RENT Newly furnished
and unfurnished apartments; Al Al-hambra
hambra Al-hambra Apartments, 10th Street
No. 8061., Phon 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT Two-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment 1 with garag
and maid's room. Apply 51st St.
,.N.-20.v;
FOR RENT Famished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Avaitabla September 1,
$65 and utilities. Phon 3-1360
daytime, 2-1890 slight.
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bod bod-room,
room, bod-room, hot wster heater. Aveni--da
5a. Ne. 40-50. Telephone 3 3-3329.
3329. 3-3329. Av. Cuba No. 48 (nueva
numera Ave. 5a. 40-50).
FOR RENT
I FOR INT!J-; Tw. bedroom
bungalow. Cheke location. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone .Panama 2-3942 between
'" 2 p.m.' and 4 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modem chalet,
thro, bedrooms, Just paintad.
modem, largo kitchen eraser,
modern service, 2 porchM, sep separate
arate separate maid' room with servico
and bet water bath, garan and
fenced yard,' good neighborhood.
Informatieat Via Perras 91-!.
FOR RENT Two-bedroom cha cha-i
i cha-i let. San. Francisco de la Caleta.
Cat) phone 2-3942 between 2
and 4 p.m. ,,:
FOR RENT- Fumhhed chalet
at Ball Vista; 2 bedrooms, small
office. Phone Panama 2-1225;
a.m. ta 6 p.m..'..' r.-
Flipped Switch
DownslVCows:
WELLSVILLE. Utah rtiPV
Dairyman Reid ,.W.f Parkinson
warned colleagues -against turning
on milking machines during thun-
ucr bum jus., ne saia a mp 01 His
milker iwltch during recent
storm knocked It: cow flat ami
killed five of them. Parkinson- said
a Doit oi ugntnmg apparently was
fed throush dpf.wtiu. uiriM

RESORTS
BEACHSIDI vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel' comfortable heme.
Phon Thompson Balboa 1772.

PHILLIPS Oeeensido Cottage,
Santa Clara. Boa 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 1-1877. Crista-.
el-U73.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES ami Urge
beach house. On mil past Ca-
aim. Phone) Panama 2-1515.
Speed yaur week and at Ria
Mar, the best bathing beach w
th Republic, with all cenve-'
ienees. Moderate price. "The
aw management is anxious to -serve
yen. v
Gramlich'a Santa Ciara Beach
Cottage. Modern convenience,
made rare rate. Pkena Gambee
6.441.
Help Wonted
WANTED: Maid far general
housework.' Bring references.
6446, Los Rios;
WANTED. Expert 1 cook.' Must
bring references. Good salary.
Albert Navarre Street Ne. 26
Si Cantrcie. , -..'
X

" X K ''

'.i' 'i '-. '. : L .' :

take away these August clearance bargains
FIRST come-drives away the hest.'000 1
.' ' T - -' v t
.V f: '- 1.'.'."r'l' '. '-'Sv:' j-'': w'"v "-"i-.;- : j ''

49 OLDSMOBILE

'55 FORD
,'.-'v. h ..
'53 DODGE:
'53,. KASII :

53 HUDSON JET .... V Fordor . . f g
52 (1ADILLAC i. .C;. Fordor ..Vi.
'52 JAGU4R &lxMf$ ComUme f:
;;.c..''.;-'':vf::"'''3 uX
51 BUICK .v.'.. Convertible .V,
' '50 vford . . TudoV limWdrtff

, j r,;:-:,
T43mCimY;i ;'Ul.G

'46 FORD .

Help the VFW at the same time Ton may; Win 1 of S Great Prises in VFW
Teener Alt Stat RafHe Aagnst 12, 1956. '
, 1st. Prise: FORD V-B 4 Door Fairlane l
' ? nd. Prise: ENGLISH FORD Anglia ,,...,,
. Jrd. PiiaerTT Set "CBS" 21 inch table model. -,
See them and Get Tour Raffle Ticket at COLPAN only $1.00.

C 0 L F A N '
' ::' ..",.')' '." k';.:',!"

Our' USED, CARS w on tie t y o u d

"1 F

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished room, private bath,
garag. 7th Ave. No. II. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-2147. : ;

FOR, RENT Nicely furnished
room. Bachelor or childless cou-"
pie. Cooking facilities. 43rd St.
Ne. 13. ;'. .'(
FOR RENT: Room with en entrance
trance entrance and separata bathreem.
Vista Hermosa. Catl 3-3589.:

SEARS ROEBUCK, S; A.
is getting ready to' open its 3rd. store
hi the Republic of Panama. t t-Positions
Positions t-Positions open for: '
'' ; Salesmen T,V Servicemen 1
' :f' Mechanics Qerical
' iv Applications taken Friday and Saturday at V
:jv .' Site of new store in Los Angeles. Bilingual., ''

AUGUST
OVER 200 CARS TO
Tudor
Tudor
r;

CLE

. it; i.'- r. -; J
Station agon Frdor
: (invertible Ranihler

. .. .. . . Uub Coupe . , . ; 200

Deals are t h e
'':'. ' .' i- :i': :
Don't LOSE this
good numberl
,
Our new phone

colon 446 ::,t:
i w::.t:"i 1 1 C""1 f 3 E

FOR SALE
Real Estate

FOR SALE: Large cool lot with
xcallent view in Carre Campa Campa-na.
na. Campa-na. Cheep. Owner leaving, -All
water rights. Cristobal 2866.
HI SAVED MONIY
'NEW LONDON. Conn. -(UP V-

Charles Gugnere, charged with
driving 26 years without a license, i
was fined $24 only about a third

of the amount a license would have
com- .
, 9nr :
JJtU
HISTORY

ARANC

CHOOSE FROM
,. V, 350-.';,
.'"'"'''!. V.'-'-'C'j.';'''' i. '';'
1650
800
975
f, a,
,975
1850
1695
575
'475
tM";,':K,:',!,j".;''j'i:;,
r
b e s t i n u w n!
: : :-K ..-:'i' ),, '..-'.'.
w n!
2-0625
J
FORD'
' MERCURY
LINCOLN -ENGLISH
FORD
: FORD TRUCKS

3 f

"i r 3 ri i j t i



.fRIDAY. AUGUST 3, 19 j8

r5AU AMEKICAJI AN INDEPENDENT EATtT KEWSMFEH

I I

'.I.'

I I

V

V

'C A JOL0
t5c7 ......... 15c.
TEE SILVER v
"( CHALICE
la ClnemaScope!
, Also:
NEW YORK"
CONFIDENTIAL

Tl VOL
15c, -15c.
BANK NIGHT!
GO, MAN GO!
v. Also:
HIGH NOON

DRIVE-HI
POPULAR NIGHTJ --.
$1.H PER CAR! s
COSMIC VENGEANCE
- Chapter 3
LADY THAT RIFLE DOWN
CLAY ALLISON &
s B. THOMPSON

CECILIA
Maxwell Reed & Patrick Barr
- in a terrific film:
BRAIN MACHINE
And sensational picture film filmed
ed filmed in Cinemascope and color:
John Wayne and Susan Hay Hay-ward,
ward, Hay-ward, in '
THEjCOXOrFROR

RIO
Mc. :
v BANK NIGHT!
Gold Prixe $140.00
Prohibited lor Minors
GIRL GANG
- Also: -PARIS
AFTER
MIDNIGHT!

VICTOR!
15c.

DUEL AT SILVER
GREEK
Also: -SLUMPING
JACK

ffiOLLY

LUX

rv7A1f O

15

.MOWS.- TV. JtADO

Erskine Johnsoft

. HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Be- Marten Brando and Glenn Ford
hind the Screen: Darryl Zanuck; spiked the rumor that they were at
apparently is serious about film- each other's Adam's apples during
ing ,Mrne Secret Crimes of Joseph! filming of "Tea House of- the

smiin with Richard Carr al-

ready writing the first.draft of
the script r :-

But Yul Brynners recent oui-j
burst about, being mentioned by
Zaiuck tor the role of Stalin is
indicative of .general Hollywood
feeling about the film. When it
was first announced, I said it was
a movie that shouldn't be made.
Let- Russia make its own propa propaganda
ganda propaganda films. Yul Brynner's voice
.. tVia, cpcnnH in nrotest. N r

tStill yelling that Zanuck made
ah "unauthorized" announcement

about tne possiDimy, oi nu j"j"5
the Tote, the actor is repeating:
wouldn't touch the part, even
with a '10-foot polo and the bait
A.ivpvii-in.mido rubber gloves.

i aet. I wouldn't touch it. for

anything In tho world."
0her actors in Hollywood, I be believe,
lieve, believe, will boycott the movie in
the1 same fashion. And so should
the entire film-industry.
M.riiun Monro. I hear, will

v ru iwrlene Dietrich's old role

f i Afemake of "The Blue Angel."

That means Marilyn will continue
thVsolo warbling .she tlid for the
first time in "Bus,' Stop." 1
Dprothy Collins, the Teseryed TV
whrbler, has a new swing that just
falls short of an Elvis Presley in
he current Las Vegas night club
esVaeement. SheV even singing

August Moon" .in J a p a n by
denials. Now they're making sure
that the feud stuff stays buried by

Dressing orean wgetner every

lunch

cafe.

hour, in

A- -V

the MGM

studio

roV 'n' roll rhythms

feflthony ? Oulrm will star In
"l Cid' III nr biography of
Spain's 11th Century hero. The
mbVie will be filmed next year in

Sfla.n. ; .r

Tvrnnn 1 Power and Linda

Christian aren't even pretending to
ho ctaimch friends through the

whnlo nfflv mess these days. Out

spoken Linda started the latest
trknVl. tiv tellinff it out loud in

London that' ex-nuDoy xys reai
fin.A ii Marv Roblee and that bis

whirl with Eva Gabor (now wed
ti'sQr. John William) was a "de

coy;" Mary Roblee, for the record,
is related to Director John J'ord

and, writer for fan magazines

840 kcsM Panama Gty
. r Telephone 2-3065 :.,
PRESENTS :;

What's wrong with : the movies.

is a favorite subject these days

and my favorite of all the recent

quotes belongs to William Doner,

r.c producuon bead of KKO.

Says Bill: i

"Wo are in business for V now

generation. The groat bulk of

audiences are in the 13-25 go
group. They are unwilling it il;

rimes .to accept the stars createJ
by : their mothers and fathers;
there must be new ones they can

Uteri erne and make their own.
"It is. the young people who are
goh? to' the movies, not their
parents lots of whom are much

happier sitting home with'lheir
shoes off, watching TV. We'll
never get them .back, pto the

theaters -anyhowi"1

London Publicity offices are
howling over the raids being made
on press agent talent by Marilyn

Monro s independent film com

papy. The v Monroe forces are
rounding up Britain's top praise
agerts and hang the expense to

get Mrs. Arthur Miller; the space

she wants,j- '.:,;f v...v;,;.;

Not very much over a year ago.

Sal Mineo played Tony Curtis as
a teen-ager m "Six Bridges to
Cross." Now, boosted by "Rebel
Without a Cause," he's No. 3 in
the fan magazines' popularity

poll; just behind rony.

So ciaf a n J Olli

erwide

tick ootica for iacluiMR in I kit
column ikouM k lukmiMotf m
typt-writtn form tni mtilt U one
ot tin koa number liit4 daily ia
"Social and Othonmo," or doliror doliror-00
00 doliror-00 by hand to tho oHic. NotkM of
meeting! cMt ko acctptod by
tilcpkono. -
" ;
Fencing Club To Organize r
Ihe first meetine to orsanhe i

Fencing Club in the Canal Zone

will be held in the Diablo Gymna

sium at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, Aug-

um 4in Any lencers, or beginners,
both men -and women, interested in
learcng (he sport either attend
this first meeting or call Charles

vvaisa at Balboa 2-3683.

Cl:im 341 Firs!

Ballol Voles

r. Teday, f rlday, Aug. S
4:00 Feature Review
4 -ftwh!it' Your Favorite re

quests r- taken py pnone

uu 3:00) v. t

5:35-Whafs tour Fat 0 r 1 1

(com a f ::.

6:15--BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

' REVIEW XFiOSi bbotj ;
$fi vmiT nnnrincr Party

8;45-M E L A C H R INO MTJSI MTJSI-"
" MTJSI-" CALK tNescafe
7:00 Thirty Minute fheater
7:30 VOA Report from U.S.f
8:00-l.Music By Roth.

:3tulShort Stors Theater

D'niuvou Axked, For U ire-

, ... quests taken by phone.

- uu 7:30) ; -

10:30 Cavalcade Of Amerlc
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight.
12:00 Sign Off;' ,v"

Mist Pamela Hawthorne Honored Shirley Jordan, Joan Collins, and HFriFtlSn't firfilin
With Kitchen Shower lEla.at Austin. jll-IIUHSII ULJU)I

A surprise kitchen shower was'
tendered Miss Pamela Hawthorne Farewell Tea For
hv the Uisxes Brhar and Mar. Mrt. Radmond x

gie Connard, and Betty Smith at Mrs. James Redmond who will
the Connard's residence in N e w be leaving the Isthmus on Monday
CristobaL . ; I to make her home in the United

Streamers -hung from an .urn i States, was honored with a tea at

tarella topping a yellow basket -the home of Mrs. James a. juorow
which held the gifts. Wedding bells in Brazos Heights recently. Mrs.
and a beautifully decorated cake Redmond will be accompanied by

madean. attractive refreshment her -family wnen-sne leaves,

' i v BrVha'is of the Canal Zone "will

r.nMt whn attondml wri the1 hold the 5th In a series of discus

Misses Carol and Evelyn- H a w- sion af 8 p.m. today at Win
thorne. Anrtti Ponzoumet. Hel-1 Memorial Hall, across from the

Veteran film actor Leo Carll

is prosidom of a ntw company

which will byild a film 'studio; in
Dallas, Tx.." Tho,Jirt V mo v f e

sound stage in Texas (naturally)
will bo the biggest In the World

with Texas, oil and cattle money

behind film-making tharo. Holly,
wood stars will be asked ito com-

mut to the Lone Star state for

movie-making

Security Risk Firings Ordered
Reviewed By US Atty. General

.'WASHINGTON, Aug. 3 (UP)
' Attorney General Herbert Brown Brown-ell.
ell. Brown-ell. Jr. today, ordered a wholesale
review of firings under President
Eisenhower's security-risk -program
with the aim of re-hiring
those fired from ; "non-sensitive"
jobs: '".' ' i ;
Officials estimated up to ; 280
could be rehired with back pay if
they contested their firings. How How-'
' How-' ever, Brownell indicated workers

-. inn reinstated couiu prompuy uu
fired again under other regulations
If im?ir bosses wish. v-
Brownell's order was In .compli .compliant
ant .compliant with the recent Supreme
Court ruling that Mr. Eisenhower
went too far when he included
employes holding "non-sensitive"
Jobs -under nls security-risk pro pro-,
, pro-, grant. r i.;
The administration tried to rush
legislation through Congress to put
non-sensitive jobs under the securi security
ty security program but Congress adjourn-
ed: without acting on the bill. ;
Brownell previously ruled that 17
employes under suspension as al aliened
iened aliened security-risks must be rehir-

an employe fired under the securl
ty program "for the purpose of de

tennining whether dismissal was
from a position, which bad-been

designated as sensitive."

If the worker is found to have
held a non-sensitive job. he may

be restored to his old or a similar
job providing he took action to get
clearance within 18 months of his

dismissal.

But Brownell pointed out that
department heads immediately
could, if they wished, begin new
firings proceedings under other
laws to "promote the; efficiency of
the service."
If a non-sensitive worker gets
his job back, he will receive bafk

pay minus any money be earned on

we outsiae. :
Justice Department officials es
Urn ted up to 342 firings are sub

jeet to review under Brownell's

order. Of these, 280 were estimat
ed to have been from non-sensi

tive jobs. Others were doubtful
cases in which determination must

ene de Boyrie, Joan McKenzie,
Leolia Bailey, JMane Geddes, Peg

gy Roddy, Madelon Garrett. Sara

Barfield, Gail McPherson,' Nancy

Mertz, Shirley Eddy, Janice Ros

Ralhoa Police Station

i These discussions are iniormai
... 4. i -!..: L.

CHICAGO. Aue. 3 (VPt Na

tionsl headquarters for Averellllar

riman said last night that 341 "de

fame first ballot votes" would be
in the pocket of the New York Gov

ernor when the Democratic Na National
tional National 'Convention opens,
Lloyd Benefield. National Direc

tor of Harriman's drive for the De

mocratic Presidential Nomination

revealed the new figure was based

evenine as .presented in the Baha'i

coe, Louise Edmondson, and the'wnUngs tnd are touowea oy aw-

ti.. ;.t, .hnrt on a uauonwiae. survey made of.

discourse on the subject for the l. withdrawal of Sen. Estes

Mesdames D. W. Hawthorne. A.

Albright, John Stephenson, Rich Richard
ard Richard McLarnan, Rowena, J u t h,

SCT. SARGENT
SYRACUSE. K Y. (UP)

i John W. Sargent, an Air Force

cussion and questions from all
present. : ... : "
On Friday evening Mrs. Eda

Kae Keith will sponsor the discus discussion
sion discussion and her subject for the eve

ning will be Progressive Revela Revelation,"
tion," Revelation," ;- "!"'' -t

These meetings are free and o-

pen to the people of all 'races,

Tomorrow, Saturday, Aug. 4

. -a .m. 1

8:00 Sign On Alarm cioca
i j Club (requests taken
v f, by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Jaz Salon v
8:15 The Christophers
8f30--Muslcai Reveille
8:00 Kews .'j-: 1 'Z-tfd
9:15 Bonjour Mesdames,,,
9t30 Paris Star Time :

J0:00-News j-":--

10:05 Spins And Neeaies ire-

quests taken uy pnone
' till 8:30) :

ll:00-News

11:05 spins' And Neeaies
;, (cont'd)
11:30 Journey Into Space
12:00 News
1J:30 New Tune Time
1:00 News i'
1:15 Serenade In' Blue
1:30 Wayne King serenade
2:00 Old New Orleans. 7,
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time --
3:00 Concert Oh The Mall ;
3:30 Music For Saturday
4:00-Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-
- quests taken by phone
till 3:00) ;
5:30 News
5:35 Whatys Your FtTOt lte
(cont'd)
8:00 Guest Star ,!

8:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
8:30 Manhattan Melodies
8:45-Do It Yourself
7:00 Much-Binding '.
7:30-iVOA Report from US.

8:00-Saturday Night Dancing

rariy (
" 8:30 Educating Archie
8 : 00 Youn Hit Parade
8:30 Ray'a A Laugh
10:00 Music From Hotel El pan
ama y

10:30 Owl'i Nest -frec-uests

taken by' phone through-

4 out program)
1:00 a.m. Sunday Sign Off,
'.- Off.

master sergeant, was recently classes and creeds as an Invita-i

transferred from the Air Force; tion to a better understanding of
D 1 1. l. t r .... ..... .i .

nusrrvT- vcutcr jjeie wnere oe wasi tne purpose oi me uiruugn uiue-

eream major, r penoem invesugauon. ' : '
Tm 'For Nixon Weeks Says
As Cabinet Silence Is Broken

Rainbow Hues

Answer to Previous Puzile

Kefauver as a candidate,

Meanwhile the executive direr.

tcr. of Adlai E.' Stevenson's 'camp 'campaign,
aign, 'campaign, pooh-poohed a claim by Har Har-nman
nman Har-nman strategists that "10 to 15"

convention votes from Stevenson'

home state of Illinois would be for
Ilarriman.- Hyman Raskin said he
was astounded by the claim and

aaaee mat- Mevenson would win!
at least $8 of the 84 Illinois votes
at the convention opening Aug. 13.
Benefield touched off the ex exchange
change exchange by -commenting on a "re "recent
cent "recent poll", ef the Illinois delega delegation
tion delegation which he said showed Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson "with only 30 delegate votes"
in his home state. Benefield added

that "many" of the uncommitted
Illinois delegates would "wind up
in Harriman's corner."
( JOY BRINGS GRIEF
CENTREVILLE, Mich. (UP)
Francis Leo Klein, Jr., 20, was
so happy when his 15-day sentence
for larceny ended that he ripped
his -jail coveralls to shreds; His

elation ended right there. Depu

AOtOSS
1 Primary color
4 Shade of blue
I Former days

-12 Cutting tool

II Wings
14 Peruvian'

IS Polynesian
palms

It Comic -character
11 Allowance
2t Inclinations
21 Legal matters
22 Euchariitie
wine cups
24 Dash
2( Narrow board
27 Indistinct
30 Refund
12 Cylindrical:
14 Chafed
31 Revised
leuncloa
(poet),
37 Snatehes
3 Greek district
40 Sharpen
41 Through
42 Raise the
spirits
4JHoUl
attendant -49
Cash
51 Anger
52 Persian prince
53 Female -sheep
(pj.)
54 Water sprite
51 Unmarried
girl ' ;
56 Essential ; v
being i
57 Consume

4 U I

DOWN
1 Rodents
2 Egrets ....

To be wished
4 Neck backs
Wolfhound '"
Destroyu
7 Still ,;
I Heaps .'"

,8 Soon v. i 28 CI Mid car 1
10 Gael 27 Decide
11 Browns 28 Ledger entry
IT Lessened ', 28 Ancient

. 1

punishment 81 Singing voices 4( Mineral rocksi

V 40 Inheritors ;-
41 Sheriff's troop;
"42 Stuff ,'.
; 43 Half (prtax)i :

h arueia

23 Ships' officers 38 Addition to

24 Therefore

II Jump

a document
IS Moistens

47 Operatic solo

4JClo
50 Golf mound

r-" f r r
r-- r-r--r
n3nF wr iW
r--r""ir -a
r- --3 t
31 Tj PTTTi prn

WASHINGTON.. Aug. 3 fTJPV"-l Harold E. Stassen.V '

Commerce Secretary Sinclair! Weeks told a news' conference;

Weeks, breaking a Cabinet silence j devoted chiefly' to economic al-ties charged him with "malicious
on the "dump-Nixon" drive, said; fairs', that "Christ Herfer is good! destruction of jail property" and

at anything." He said Herter is-the court handed him another 15 15-"a
"a 15-"a very jible citizen and- did -"a day aentence.y ?,(.
fine job in Congress" where he u .rV

served in the House. J -

yesterday "I'm for Dick Nixon"j
for the 1958 GOP, vice presidential
nomination. V -''

Weeks, former GOP party trea-

O BEST DRINKS
O BEST FOOD V
O BEST SERVICE 1
O BEST ENVJRONMENT ;t
o fine music;. ; y

Gentlemen are requested to wear Jackets
' after 6 p.m.. V

BAR

j ... .4

GRILL

HOTEL INTERNAC10NAL

surer and Massachusetts political! But, Weeks added, "I'm 0 r

Kins-YcOld Girl
FcL!:d Alter

'nefiAn

tMiaVliVII

Kwer was the first member or
esident Eisenhower's Cabinet. to
speak out publicly in behalf of
Nixon since Harold E. .SUssen
launched-his campaign .gainst

me vicr yrcsiuem. --,
Weeks" statement ciWe a Sth's Sth's-sen
sen Sth's-sen formally opened an "Eisen-i

hower-Herter headquarters" 'in a

former Washington toy shop, it al

so coincided with a new. rebuke!

Dick Nixon,

Stassen repeatedly has refused
to say whether anyone in the Ca Cabinet
binet Cabinet is supporting his drive to
dumpANixon. He .has T wid,:. hov
ever,, that no' one in 4he White
House was behind his move".
In the Democratic camp,-Adlai
E, Stevenson's first ballot strength
rose toward the 500 mark with

another 200 early ballot votes po-

for Stassen from Republican con-, tentially available among favorite
gressional campaign leaders.; son and uncommittee delegations.
Stassen nredicted that the Re- He needs 676V4 votes to win nom-

bublican National Convention wUl ination. .' i w : v

pick Massachusetts Gov. Christian
A. Herter over Nixon as Mr. Ei-

A : United Press tabulation of

known first-ballot choices showed

senhower'a 1956 runninff mate. But Stevenson with 485 -votes aeainst

he said Washington Govt Arthur 166'4 for Gov. Averell Harriman

B. Langlie also is a possibility;

-..Stassen made the statement aft after
er after the chairmen of the Senate and

House GOP campaign committees

predicted that Nixon will be re-J

nemmated by acclamation ae-

of New York, his only major chal

lenger now that Sen. 'Estes Ke Kefauver
fauver Kefauver (D-Tenn.) has bowed out.
Harriman's backers still talked

of getting a bog bloc of Kefauver
votes. But Stevenson appeared to

spite the irresponsible actions' of, be oiling up a bandwagon.

.

TO DEfT FIT YOUR

v

' 0tttt mtmmts.m : ... "nni

Each tablet contains IX grains 'of pure ; 4CC?fli

ajpirin the proltrrod standard of accu- 'rfln niu. I
rate dosage nsoosuro. ChUdren like its "I A U I frW
vtr- i flavor; Accept no substitute f (,'t"i

got st. jos-tm Aspuin r or uruuarein.,; noosH'p

eMMLVsiAiieasr aauiMAeeiniH por cxuiaa J

yJ fa the IcAi M

smhhLcuJWiqi

THE AIR -CONDITIONED I

BELLA VISTA : ROOM
r i with music for dining and danclnsr by ; c i
- 1 CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA.
Lovely ALICIA RODRIGUEZ now singing the latest musical hits every evening.
PLAN TO .COME TO OUR POPULAR ,
' SUNDAY BR UNCH DA N C E
"' From li:S0 a.m. to 3:30 .m. In the Alr-cofidltionecl BALBOA ROOM..,
our pqpular breakfast-lunch combination..'
1 Complimentary cocktail, choice of delicious menu.
Music by LUCHO A2CARRAOA.
'- S2.25 per -person ,,-

GEORGE G0D0Y TRIO

Evtry Friday ana' Saturday at the CLUB 4:Jf
(Midrrito H :i0 a.m.). 6ora alM lr
vary Sunday, Tunday, Wadnaiday,

Thursday, '10 p.m. I a.m.

" '",.'-r"

' .
A tirkebr Hater

i Showing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight

BALBOA y'
4:38, 8:30, 8:30
i i Starts tomorrow

MARGARET O'BRIEN In-'
" "GLORY".
'How To Be Very, Very Popular",

DIABLO HTS Richard Todd & Michael Redgrave" "'
iait-M "THE DAM BUSTF.RS" ;
, Ten-thirty show "Return of the Whistler",
?...' Tomorrow "THE ROSE TATTOO"

be made whether the jobs were

edt in comouance with the court, sensitive at the time the employes

' ruling. Chairman Philip. Young ef was fired. r . f ? v APOLLO', 'Pa.,'' Aug.'. 3 (UP)
the Civil Service Commission said The review will not cover em-, A nine-year-old girl, who police
two of them had known Commit- ployes who resigned under securi- said was abducted from a crowd
. nist backgrounds. ' Hy charges, even though their jobs at a fireman's xarpival here last
- Brownell's order today advised may have been non-sensitivef Nor, night, vas tfound early today in an
all federal agency and department will Ht apply to those who do not abandoned automobile near t h e

neacs to review every ciaun tor con' est ineir tinngs witmn the 180-rural shack of a former convict,
teinstatement and back pay by 'day time limit., v ? l4-j 1

The leaders of sn all-night posse
captured John Hilty, 53, after a
scuffle in which Hilty, knifed po police
lice police chief ,Gus Zanos ip the hand.

The girl, Evelyn Faye'Cline, was'
found crying in an abandoned car.

hidden in a brush a short dis distance
tance distance from Hilty's shack. Doctors
said she had not been raped but1
had been molested sexually during!
the eight or 10-hours she was!
held by Hilty.
' A crowd oiVApoHo resident gath-
ered outside the local jail where,
the suspect was taken after his
arrest at 7 a.m. About 100 persons'
were dispersed after shouting;
threats of "get him and save the
trouble of .a hearing." ,.. j
But about 9 a.m. another group
assembled and Zanos made ar arrangements
rangements arrangements to transfer Hilty to
the county jail atKiganning. I
... I
Zanos said Hilty had a long po police
lice police record, including offenses fori
larceny and armed robbery. Hilty
had lived ner Apollo since his re release
lease release from, jail last Augusts
The search started when the
girl was reported missing at 1:45!
a.m. today by her father, Jayi

: Cline.-A SOOman posse formed with
UtCS, : k I": V ,.'

Joseph Cotten & Rhonda Fleming
"THE KILLER 1$, LOOSE"
Eve Arden in
"MID SilCC ObAAlfH

GAMBOA
: 7:80 p.m.
GAWH
.1M

- Tomorrow "MA & PA KETLE IN THE OZARKS"- 1
MARGARITA Marjorle Main & Arthur Hunnlcutt
:15 a 8:08 : "Ma ond Po Kettle In the Ozarks"
CRISTOBAL 1 Kent Taylor & Marian Carr
;157:55 GHOST TOWN ,
Ten-thirty show ?The Sniper"
C .Start tomorrow "THE DESPERATE HOURS"
PARAISO French Foreign Legion Drama "Desert Sands",
LA BOCA Bette Davis Anne Baxte; AU About Eve
' SANTA CRUZ Cary Grant Ingiid Bergman "Notorious''
CAAIP BIERD Jack Palanceln "THE Bid KNIFE"

"SERENADE"...

- Playing a wealthy socialite to"Warner Bros. "SERE "SERENADE"
NADE" "SERENADE" starring Mario Lanza, Joan Fontaine received new
that made the histrionics of the part much easier. y
A 500-acre Texas oil lease, of which Joan ia part own owner,
er, owner, brou.it in two gushers. V
Starred in "SERENADE," In addition to Miss Fontaine
and Mario Lanza are Sarha Montlel and Vincent Price.
Anthony Mann directed and Henry Blanke produced in
WarnerColor for the studio. 1 The film was .shot almost
entirely on location at San Miguel de Allende, Mexico an
old world city which has retained Its quaint beauty through
the years. ,. -.-.
''SERENADE is said to-be the story1 of a jsinger torn
between the-loves of two-women and his own ambitions.
Lanza, who sings more than sixteen numbers in the film,
makes his first Warner Bros, appearance in "SERENADE"
which arrives at the CENTRAL ON AUGUST 8. ; ; :
i - -j.

FHE NEW' AUSTIN 195

T...-.' ft' r- ."

DESIGNED AND BUHT FOR
COMfORT J-f DURABILiTY AND ECONOMY
ITS COST AND MAINTENANCE IS THE LOWEST IN THE FIELD
, JUST ASK ANY AUSTIN OWNeftl..
' THREE SIZES AVAILABLE! pfp. WITH 4 OR 6 -CYUNDERS

: '

4

YOU CAN DEPEND 0MT!
VISIT US AND TRY THEM

1 ;

CIA; CYRNOS, S. A.

ONE BLOCK FROM Tl VOL! CROSSING

TEL 2.1790



.PAGE EIGHT

nrr Panama American an independent datit KirrrrAm
Friday, august 3, in
e Could Be Dodgers
?nce

Nevjcornb

Winner- Since Vc

Big Don Hurls Four-Hitter
For Sevenih Sfraight Win
'And 16ihOfl956Campaign

.By HILTON RICHMAN ..." .
! NEW YORKAusr. 3 "fijty At the rate he's
going:, big Don Newcombe can become Brooklyn's
biggest winner since DazzyiVance, but even more
important from the Dodgers' point of view, he can
become the man to pitch them right into the World

JSenes.,
J Newcombe. looking; better ev-
ery time out, spun a flashy
."'four-hitter to lick the league league-leading
leading league-leading Milwaukee Braves. 3-0,
'yesterday for his 16th victory. It
-was his second straight shutout,
it seventh straight triumph
rtd It extended his string of
.'consecutive scoreless Innings to
24. ' 1
. x The huge 242-pound right
. gander now needs only seven
more victories to become Brook
lyn', biezest winner in a singie
.season since Vance licked off 28
j-rmouests in 1924.
'Newcombe, who 'pitched the
Dodgers to within two games 01
. the league lead yesterday, feels
ire has a good chance to win at
"least 23 games tnu year.
; expect to get more runs the
jest of the way," he said, beam-
Sing. "Last year I won only one
time durinv the whole month of
t September because I wasnt.
- feeling good but I still wound up
. with 20 wins. I -feel great now,
ao" I don't see any reason why I
jan't do better than- that."
:The Braves, who have drop
-ped five of their last six games,
. were, eating out of Newcombe's
hand yesterday. He struck out
jM, walked none and allowed
" only two base runners to ad-
Vance as far as second.
1 Rav crone matched New-
"combe's shutout pitching until
ithe fourth Inning .. when Csrl
Furillo smacked hit 14th homer:
Roy campanella's two-ran hom hom-$r
$r hom-$r In the seventh clinched, the
game for the Brooks. ? f's
; Cincinnati also gained on Mil Milwaukee,
waukee, Milwaukee, climbing to within a
game of the Braves with a one onesided
sided onesided 10-2 decision over the last last-place
place last-place Giants.: Wv-v.
j, ine iteaiegs, Drone me i;smr
pert-when they routed, Johnny
Antonelll with a six-run burst in
, he seventh, Ray Jablonskl's
f rand-slam homer highlighted
tie frame while Btan paly, al-
so homered during the uprising,
k Frank Robinson contributed his
; 25th homer to- help rookie Tom
Acker to his second victory, joe
' Nuxhall pitched hltless ball in
relief of Acker ..over the final
12 2-3 Innings. ....,
; Reliever Herm Wehmeier sln-
gled home two runs in the eighth
inning as me carainais swept a
y uiree-game series with the P
; rates, 7-5. Wehmeier came to
Wilmer Mlzell's aid in the sec sec-!
! sec-! ond lnnine when Mizell lnlured
his back and although he need-
ea neip irom Jim Konstanty and
' Latry Jackson In the ninth hun-
self, he picked up his sixth vie.
Torfdy
ncpntdi3S
20
' AT 9M.
TOS MONARCAS DEL AIRP
presents a great show, and
Miss Television Admiral 1956
:....'., contestl
Today IDEAL 20
SECRET CODE
r-?'n.t:,Chajv4--5
, : HhINA CORSAIR"
X?KLkpSQ suit,
.10

I UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

; Great White Fleet

New Orleans Service

S.S MUSA'J M&el.M4)v i i .- r aiv Attff 11
-TELDE" ..t., ..w.'..,, ; Aug. 17
S.S. TAQUE .' August 18
"MARNA" ; Aug. 20
S.S. ."MARAZAN" ,4 ... ; ... .Aug. 25
S.S. "HIBUERAS" .,.... Sept 1
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo'
New-York gervlce I'K'l Afr!v"
. Cristobal
HIBCERAS" Aug. S
SANTO CERRO" Aur. 13
ESPARTA- Aug. 20.'
"CHOLUTECA" ; Aur 25
"FRA BERLANGA" ..' Aur. 27
A STEAMER ,. .Sept 3
Weekly faiunjss o! twelve passenger ships to New ?
- York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco v
and Seattle. J

SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM ;
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA: i
To New' York and Return $240.6
To Los Angeles and San Francisco and
Returning, from Lot Angeles $278.00
. To Seattle and Return ..... ... ,. . ,.,.. 8365.00 i

. TELEPHONES:,
CRISTOBAL 2121 o PANAMA 2-2904

tory of the season and ran his

lifetime record against puts puts-burgh
burgh puts-burgh to 28 wins and 10 losses.
Bob Friend suffered his 10th
loss, and Stan s Musial helped
send the Pirates down to their
eighth straight setback with his
19th homer in the eighth.
- The Phillies and Cubs were
not scheduled. . ;
- The Cleveland Indians nar
rowed the Yankees' lead in-the
American 1 League to seven
games by ,beat'ng;thft New
, Yorkers, C-t, on, southpaw
Herb Score's four-hit pitch pitching.
ing. pitching. Score struck out seven
batters en -route to bV 11th
victory, loser Tom Sturdl Sturdlvant,
vant, Sturdlvant, who bad bea,ten the In Indians
dians Indians with a pair of two-hitters
in his two previous starts
against them,, was nicked for
homers by Bobby Avila, Pres Preston
ton Preston Ward, Rocky Colav'to and
Chlco Carrasquel
Jackie Jensen drove in nine
runs with a homer, triple, sin
gle ana sacrifice fly in leading
the Red Sox to an 18-3 rout a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Tigers. Backed by a
15-hlt attack,, WUlard Nixon
coasted to his fifth victory even
tnougn ne gave up 12 hits, in including
cluding including a homer by Al Kallne.
Jensen's nine RBI's were only
two short of the American
League record held Jointly' by
me late Tony Lazzen or tne
Yankees and Rudy- York, then
wtm Boston. i
A seventh Inning, single by
Enos (Country) slaughter broke
up a 2-2 tie and gave Kansas Ci
ty a 3-2 triumph over Baltimore.
The Orioles built a 2-0 lead 'on
homers by Willie Miranda and
Ous Triandos but Harry Simp
son's 17th homer with one on
off loser Mike Fornleleg tied the
score in the sevetnh. Singles by
Hector Lopez, Joe Ginsberg and
Slaughter men produced tne
winning run. Jack Xrlmlan was
tne -i winner in reuef of Alex
Keiiner. T
, Less Moss connected for a
three-run homer off Bob Wieslei Wieslei-in
in Wieslei-in -Chicago's 5-4 'victory over
wasnington. Ellis Kinder.' Chi
cago s third pitcher, gained the
100th victory of his big league
career arid his first as a mem member
ber member of the White Sox. Roy Siev Siev-ers
ers Siev-ers and Whitey Herzog each
nomerea lor tne senators.
'"- YES TERDAY'S STAR
Jackie Jensen of the Red Sox,
who drove In nine runs in an
' 13-3 victory .over the Tigers.
Honor Swimmer
Gcrlruds Ederle
HIGHLAND, N.J., Aug. S (UP)
Gertrude Ederle, first woman
to swim the English Channel,
will "be honored by her former
hometown In a day-long ceieora ceieora-tlon
tlon ceieora-tlon next Monday, the 30th an
niversary of her channel con
quest Miss Ederle swam the 35 35-mile
mile 35-mile channel in 14 hours 34 min minutes
utes minutes to set a new record for the
crossing.
i Arrives
Cristobal
-

MAmi-lAYfnftK

.::inThi-MaIprs.
LKADENQ BATTERS
(Based on 225 offic'al at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGCI

Player, Club r ab r h pet
Aaron, Mil. 92 362 67 124 .343
SCdienst N.Y. 72 255 28 84 .329
Muslal, St. L. 97 370 57 121 .327
Boyer, St L. 97 389 68 125 .321
Repulskl, S.L.67 230 31 72 J 13
AMERICAN LEAGl'R
ManUe, N.Y. 96 352 88 128 .364
Williams, Bos, 82 229 38 81 J54
Vernon, Bos. 78 273 46 92.337
Maxwell, Det., 91 316 62 106 .335
Kuenn, Del 92 362 53 120 .331
.; HOME Ri'NS t ,t
, Mantle, Yanks .......... 34
Snider, Dodgers ........ 26
Kluszewskl, Redlegs . ... 25
'Robinson, Redlegs ...... 25
Banks, Cubs 24
Adcock, Braves 24
Wertz, Indians .......... 24
. RUNS BATTED IN
. Mantle, Yankees ........ 89
. Wertz, Indians ......... 80
Simpson, Athletics ...... 80
. Musial, Cards .......... 80
; Boyer, Cards ........... 75
'W- RUNS
Mantle,, Yankg 88
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 77
Yost, Senators 71
Fox White Sox 71
, Snider, Dodgers 69
. HITS
Mantle, Yanks 128
Boyer, Cards 125
Aaron, Braves 124
Kallne, Tigers i 124
Fox, White Sox ........ 123
PITCHING
(Based on 10 Decisions)
Lawrence, Ridlegs ..15 2 .882
Brewer, Red Sox ...15 3 .833
Pierce, White Sox ...16 4 .800
Buhl, Braves ........ 14 4. .778
Ford, Yanks 14 4. .778
Held Scoreless
New York. v Ab
Bauer rf ......... -3
Rlzzuto as i
b-Serv,...i,..... 1
Hunter ss 0
Berra c .......r. 4
RHPoA
0 0 0 0
0 '1
0 0
0 1
1 i
0 1
1 12
1 0
0 3
Mantle cf ....... 4
Skowron lb . 3
Howard If ';... 4
carey 3b ........ 3
Coleman 2b ..... 3
Sturdlvant p .... 1
a-Larseh p ...... 1
Totals 30 0 4 24
v Cleveland
Avila 2b
..4 1. 1
.. 4 0 1
Busby cf .,
Wertz lb 30 0
Strickland 3b .... 0 0 0
Smith 3b-lf 4 n l
I Ward 1Mb,....,.. 3 1 2
coiavito rt 4 1 2
Naragon c ....... 3 0 0
uarrasouei ss ... 3 1 l
(Score p ,.3 0 0
Totals
31 4 8 27 8
a-Walked for Sturdlvant
in
3th.
b-Fouled out for Rlzzuto in
8th.
' Score By Innings ?
New York .. 000 000 0000
Cleveland 001 300 0Ox4
SUMMARY RBI: Avila,
Ward, .Colavlto, C a r r a squel.
Doubles: Skowron, Howard.
Home runs: Avila, Ward, Cola Colavlto.
vlto. Colavlto. CarrasaueL Dolihle-nlavs-
Avila to Carrasquel to Wertz.
Left on base: New York 6,
Cleveland 5. Bases on balls by:
Sturdlvant 1, Larsen 1, Score 3.
S.O.: Sturdlvant 3, Larsen 3.
Score 7. Hits off: Sturdlvant 6
in 4 lnninsrs. I.arsen 9 in 4
Runs and earned, runs; Sturdl
vant 4-4. Wild pitch: Score. WP:
Score (11-6).- LP: Sturdlvant
(9-5), .
i n ;v.
CONVERSE
-k.,, if. v r :i .p-
i ultfnpju:
ALL STAR
BASKETBALL
; SHOES
andVYhn
AIX;SIZES
No. 47 Control Ave.

J erry C lough Win s Diabl o
Teenage Tennis Tournament

;:5,.i-
I

mnPJ,Jti!li'i.TRY 'r-s'appy Roiig didn't stop British
Stadii in MirfifrSem Chj""p.onshipS ?t Royal Air Force
.kT.I" M'esfx. Aircraftsman Martv Firfh. last here
won the three-mile, Cpl. B. B. Heatlev, 128. on top at th is staee
ran second. CpL S. S. EWon.,131, second he. fin" hed thSfS:-'

Elks League
STANDINGS
Won Loct Pet.
Hawkeyes
Badgers .
Wolverines
Wildcats
;.io
; 4
4
8
11
.714
.692
.429
.153
9
6
a-
Tuesday's Games 7.
7:00 p.m., Wolverines vs Badgers
8:00 p.m., Wildcats vs Badgers
In last night's opening- eame.
the Hawkeyes took possession of
first place in the league stand standings,
ings, standings, by a 57-35 victory ovef the
Badgers. The Hawkeyes took the
lead of the game in the very first
quarter ana never had it threat
ened. ..
The Badgers fought as hard
as they could to overcome the
gap, but to no avail.. They lack lacked
ed lacked the scoring ability and had it
not been for Owen Sutherland,
the margin of the Hawkeyes vic victory
tory victory might have been greater.
For the victors; four boys led
the way.L. Klrkland, D. Winklos Winklos-ky
ky Winklos-ky -with 19 and 13 points respec
TeenersToTry
Again
At Balboa Park
c The VFW Teener AH Slara
and the Panama Pony League
All Stars will attempt for the
last time ot play their rubber
game this Sunday at the Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa Stadium starting at 2: vO
PJn. '
Admission :' charges are 25
and 50 cents. In the -event th's
game is rained out no further
efforts will be made to play
this deciding contest i
The VFW Teener AH Stars
will leave the. Canal Zone on
APA Airlines August -13 to
compete in the National FVVV
Baseball Tournament which
will be : played- in Bershey,
Penn.
COMMIE CHIPMUNKS
PORT HURON, Mich. (UP)-'1
rouce nave solved the tneft of

Sunday

smaU American flags from graves! Barbara. R.
in Lakeside Cemetery. The thieves' Cunningham, E.
were chipmunks. A watch was setlsiegle. L.
up after several flags vanished Dolan, W. ..' .,-

ana ponce watched in amazement
as the small animals carted off
more flags, apparently to use ini
nest building. v I
It&FSzJL-frSJ
1 CJ f 1

(Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 a.m.)
George also, plays the piano -10
p.m. 2 a.m. Sun.. Tues.. Wed. Thurs.

i

Baslcetball
tlvely and L. Reyes and -T.
Womble with 10 points each. O.
Sutherland scored 20 points for
his team and led them in a los losing
ing losing cause. -:-'v .-.-'A
In the second contest, : the
Wildcats earned their second
victory of the season by down down-lne
lne down-lne the Wolverines. 55-44. in a
hard fought contest. The Wild
cats once again displayed, their
fighting spirit and desire to win.
This time they maintained it
for the duration of the game.
. The Wildcats deserved their
victory, as they had been put putting
ting putting up a tremendous fight- In
the last three or four games that
they played. Nevertheless; they
would seem to fold up In the last
quarter and lose their spirit
Last,' night, however, the story
was changed. The Wildcats
fought hard throughout the en entire
tire entire game and never once let up.
- The Wolverines were just not
able to hit too well and also
were hampered by again com committing
mitting committing too many personal fouls.
P. Delgado and c. French scored
15 and 14 points respectively for
the losers; while R. Barbara and
O. Kirkland scored 18 and 16
points respectively for the Wild Wildcats.
cats. Wildcats. i .
The box scores:
First Game
Hawkeyes
ft It pf t
Winklnsky, D.
Kirkland, L.
Reyes,. L. .
Fearon, B.
Womble, T.
Schock, M.
Totals
. s'r
23 11 10 57
. 1 Badgers
Sutherland, O. ..
Morris, J,
Nahmad, A. ...
Cunningham, T.
Des Londej,. D. .. ,,
Watson, J
Cosca, O. .. v. .. ;
Totals
9 2 3
10.0
2' 1 ,-. 3
0 0 2
0 0 0
0 1 3
3 11
5 5
12 33
Second Game. -Wolverines
. fg ft pf t
Morris, K. :;
French, C.
Mead, R.
Delgado, P.
Hamilton, B.
l 0
.... V
2 14
3 8
3 15
.4 3
t 2
Chalmers. J.
Thompson, t.
Lagassje, A.
00
. Totals
18 8 17, 44
'
Wildcats
-18
4
6
5
16
6
Kirkland, G
Corrlgan' L.
v
Totals
19 17 12 55
. have you. heard
i then?
GEORGE
GODOT
TRIO
piano -bass and drum
entertain the late crowd
every Friday and Saturday
midnlte to 4:30 a.m. in the
nir -conditioned Bnhoa Bar.

Youns Jerry Cloueh came

through in fine form yesterday
to defeat Eric Washburn in
straight sets and clinch the
Diablo teenage tennis tourney.
WEisnDurn had d e f e a te a
Clough previously, but the Cali California
fornia California ace swept through the
losers bracket and came back to
defeat Washburn in two straight
matches to win the title.
Cloueh started his drive
through the losers bracket by
defeating John Reynolds in
straight sets 6-3, 6-2. Reynolds
had advanced to dough's brack bracket
et bracket by defeating Danny winklos winklos-ky
ky winklos-ky that same -day: in straight
sets 6-2, 6-2. Reynolds nlayed
Driinanuy, ana tne match wasj
much closer than the scores in
dicate. He volleyed well and his
serve was booming, hut in the
ena ciougn's experience and skill
were too much for the eame
Reynolds.
Clough then met Sandy Hin Hin-kle
kle Hin-kle who had been dropped to
the losers bracket- by ,Eric
Washburn. Cloueh took Hinkle
in stra'ght sets 6-2, -1, 6-3, to
take the losers bracket. The
young; Californian had no
trouble at all w ith Hinkle, hut
Hinkle did not look poor while
losing and he gave Clough a
much better match than, was
expected. i:;-" -. v--
The finals of the tournament
were almost antlclimatic as
compared to the furious compe competition
tition competition displayed in some of the
earner .matches. Clough swept
through and won six straight
sets from Washburn in split sets
2-6, 6-2, 6-1, 6-2. Washburn had
Clough rattled In the first set
and it looked as if the young youngster
ster youngster was going to be in for a long
morning when Washburn drub drubbed
bed drubbed him 6-2. But Jerry rose to
the occasion, pulled himself to together
gether together and took the next three
sets and the match with very
little trouble. ; r v
This meant that Clough had
to defeat Washburn again to
win the tournament because
Washburn had not lost a
match untU thfe point and i
plough's victory gave each of
them one defeat. The final
days' competition was almost
a repetition of that of the first
day, only this fme Jerry did
not wait until the second set
to settle down. He played a
forcing game from the first,
,e"l 0,,eyd and smash,
ed Washburn right off the
court. .';,':iv
. Washburn played a'purelyde-
icjisive game ana aia come
with a few sensational gets, still
it was dough's match all the
way and he breezed through to
win In straight sets 6-2, 6-2, 6-1.
Both Clough and Washburn re received
ceived received trophies. All in all the
tournament was a tremendous
success. -.
Toronto Increases -Lead
In Inl. Loop
NEW YORK, Aug. 3 (UP) -The
Toronto Maple Leafs opend a l
V4 game lead over the Miami Mar Marlins
lins Marlins today for first place in the
international League because of j
me com Dinea efforts of two for
mrr rmiadeipma Phillies' pitch'
ers. : ,., -v v..,, i
Southpaw Ken Johnson allowed
omy ioup nits in pitching the Leafs
to a 3-2 victory over the Rich
mond Virginias ta 10 innings last
nigm ai Toronto,
Meanwhile, Karl T, Drews, who
was Johnson's teammate at Phila
delphla in 1951. hurled Buffalo tn
,a 3-1 triumph over Miami. Drews
gave up only, five hits, while the
Bisons reached three Miami pitch pitchers
ers pitchers for seven timely blows.
; Sandy Consuegra, former Chica
go White Sox pitcher; made his
league bow by hurling a six-hit.
6-0 shutout for. Havana over Ro
chester. Montreal ; edged Colum
bus, 7-6, with the aid of a three three-run
run three-run homer by substitute catcher
Jack Roseboro
'nlernal;:nEl Lc2;i
ue
i
Teams,
Toronto
Miami
Rochester
Montreal ;
Columbus ;
Havana
Richmond
Buffalo-.
W
.63
.63
. 59
.59
.52
.51
.51
M
E
46
47
49
54
60
59
61
68
Pet.'
.586
,573
.546
GB
lVi
'4Vt
7
522
.464 132
.464 13 Vi
.435 14ya
.393 21 Mi
. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS .'
Miami 010 000 000 1 3 1
Buffalo 1 00010101X 3 '7 1
Owens, Spring (7). Ponce (8)
and Holton; Drews and Sherry,
Tompkinson (9). LP:Owens.
(10 Innings)' ;-;. U:"''.i'W .-vv-;
Richmond 000 200 000 02 4 1
Toronto -; 100 000 100 13 6 1
Nardella, post (10) and Nee Nee-man;
man; Nee-man; Johnson and Sawatskl.'
LP: Post '.,'
Havana" 300 003 0006 10 0
Rochester 000 000 0000 6 1
Consuegra and D o 1 1 erer;
Mackinson Geiger (1), Roberts
(6) and Green. LP:. Mackinsoru'
Columbus 105 000 0006 5 1
Montreal 000 421 OOx 7 13 1
:Wlngo, Splcer (4) Wooldridse
(5) and Shantz;' Kipp, Mick ens
(3) and Roseboro. HR: Rosebo Roseboro.
ro. Roseboro. WP: Mickens: LP; Wool Wool-dridg,e.
dridg,e. Wool-dridg,e. .

flallonsl Lcagu
Teams
Mlwaukee
Cincinnati .
Brooklyn
St Louis
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh .
CbJcago .
New York
W
.57
.59
.57
.49
.46
.43
.41
.34
L
37
41
41
47
52
51
55
59
Pr l fin
.606
.590 1
.582 2
.510 9
.469 13
.443 1514
427 17
.3fiB 2214
-TODAY'S ;AMKR
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (N)
: Cinclnnat' at Philadelphia (N)
St. Louis at Brooklyn (N)
. Chicago at New York (2-T-N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Milwaukee 000 000 0000 4 0
Brooklyn OOOlOOZOx 3
'
Crone
(4-6), Johnson and
Crandall.
Newcombe (16-5) and Campan
ula.
Cincinnati
New York
100 020 60110 14
100 000100 2 7
Acker (2-2); Nuxhall and Bai-le-
, v .
Antonelli (9-41) "W'lhelm, Rid Rid-sik
sik Rid-sik and Westrum, Mangan.
St Louis 004 000 0307 11 2
Pittsburgh 010 000 0225 8 4
M&elL Wehmeier (6-8). Hon-
stanty, Jackson and Smith.
Friend (12-10), Pollet, King
and Shepard.
- -.
Only games scheduled r

Jimmy Soo Heads List
Of Unbeaten Fighters

By STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK, Aug.' 3 (UP) (UP)-Do
Do (UP)-Do you know Jimmy Soo?
He has the longest winning
streak in professional boxing
now that Rocky Marclano has
retire with his record 1 of 49
straight Intact Soo; an unbeat unbeaten
en unbeaten lightweight, has won, 32 in
a row. ,' '.,.
"He's an Irish-Chinese lad out
of P h i 1 adelphla,' said Nat
Fleischer of Ring Magazine who
keeps tabs on such items for his
boxing encyclopedia, "Jimmy
will have his national television
debut against Baby Vasquez on
Aug. 31. Then we'll all see how
good he really is.!
Unbeaten fighters always are
intriguing and there are- sev several
eral several at the moment. Including
one world champion fly flyweight
weight flyweight titleholder Pascual Pe-
, r.es of Argentina.
Other leading fighters on the
unbeaten list Include West Coast
heavyweights Eddie Machen and
Pat McMurtry, middleweight
Rory Calhoun of White plains,
N.Y., Carlos Ortla of New York
and Cliff Eskrldge of Cairo, 111.
"Perez, the flyweight champ,
hasn't been licked in 32 fights
but he had one draw so It's, not
a consecutive winning streak,"
said Nat "However, he's a, tough
little man with 27 knockouts in,
his 32 fights." : r
For knockouts, though, D'ck j
Kelley of Florence, S.C., Is the
current king. Fighting-in the
small Ukne so far, the young
middleweight Is unbeaten in
21 bouts with one of them a
' draw. The 20 he won were on
20 knockouts. ,wvi .v.
Kelley drew once with a boy
named ; Jimmy Peters. said
Fleischer. "In the return, Kelly
won by a knockout and that's
No 17 ;

Save Strokes

By JIMMY THOMSON
WriHen for NEA Service
GOLFERS and enough of them
to drive you crazy make a mis mistake
take mistake before they ever hit a ball
during a round.
That would be when they bend
over to tee their ball for the first
drive of the day.' They, jara the
wooden tee solidly into the ground
and place the ball on it They re refuse
fuse refuse tb take advantage the fact
they are allowed to tee the ball
up as tugn as possioie.-';.
You do yourseii a tavor oy las las-'me
'me las-'me full advantage of the tee.
You've got to get the ball high
mlo the air on your anve sna
the iee is a natural aid Nowhere
else on the course are. you going
ta get this kind of break. So use
II.J,.. ...... ..... v : r
There is another major error
most make with the drive. Don't
crank yourself up for a smash.
That'll get you in trouble. Use a
sfquare stance ana nit ine oau
with a natural and easy swing.
Use a bit less than full strength
on i. You'll find a smoother drive
results.

NEXT: Joe
ids of golf.

Novik on mental

American itvxi

Teams
New York
Cleveland
Boston- r
Chicago
Baltimore
. Tf
.67
,59
.55
,.49.
.45
.45
.40
.36
Pet Gl
.670
-.602 7
Jo6 114
.516
.450 22
.450 22
3!)6 27H
J64 39Vs
'Detroit':.'
Washington
KiniH rit.
Kansas City
i I TODAY'S GAMES
- New York at Detroit (N)
Boston at Cleveland N)
Baltimore at Chicago (N)
Washington at K. City (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESUM'S
New York 000 000 000-44 4
Cleveland 001 300 OOx 4 8 0
Sturdivant (9-5), Larsen and
Berra." : :
Score (11-6) and Naragon.
Boston ,. 303 224 601 18 15
Detroit 000 001 110 3 12 3
. NJxon (5-4) and Daley.
Miller (0-2), Gromek, Master Master-son,
son, Master-son, Aber, Brady, Bunninr and
Wilson.
Washington 002 010 1004 9 0
Chicago 002 003 OOx 5 6 0
Wiesler (3-9), ByeHy and Ber-v
beret. ,t
Keegan, McDonald, Kinder
(3-1) and Moss.
Baltimore 001 100 0002 1
Kansas City 000 000 30x 3 8 0
Fornieles (3-5), Zuverink,' Fer-
rarese, Moore, and Triandos.
Keiiner, Cr'mjan (1-4), Gor
man and Ginsberg.
the only fight Peters has lost in
26 starts."
Machen, a fast-movlne heaw-'
weight from Redding, calif. Is!
me oiuy one starting as if to rl- -val
Marciano's tremendous 40-0
career of clout.
The CaBfornlan has won all
15 of his bouts, 12 of them by
knockouts. He won hi firfit in
by kayo when he launched his
career last; year but more im

portant than that are a pair of
victories oyer Nino Valdes of
Cuba. i... ,f a'j'f fu it-
First,' Eddie decisloned the the-ranking
ranking the-ranking Cuban and then, just r r-to
to r-to prove if was no fluke, lie ;
flattened N'iio in the return.
. McMurty, from Ta'coma,
S'-t "nten In 20 fights
with 16 knockouts and one draw.
His -greatest achievement to
date is a decision over former
champion Ezzard Charles, al although
though although folks are wondering how'
much that means these days
.Calhoun appears headed for
the top of the middleweight-division
under- the direction of
Marciano's ex trainer, little
C ,y1Goldman- Rory, whose
real first name is Herman, has
won 22 straight, of v which 12
were by knockouts.
Ortis won his 16th straight
If SL M,?d?y nist against
lightweight Tommy Salem of
Cleveland, but 't was so close
split therell be a rematch.
George Karatalian, Syracuse
Hght heavy, was unbeaten. in ;
his first 14 fights.
To i the hard-bitten observers
in the trade, Eskridge Is a little
man to watch closely. He's on only
ly only a flyweight but he has won
12 of his 14 fights by knockouts.
Before that he was all-service
flyweight champ and they say
he's about ready to move up v
but fast

Jimmy Thomson.



TTTZ PANAMA ATCJm -r-AN DfEEFENTrXT TJAHY KZV!Z7AIT
FAC3
.i EFiiL 1 112
e in -r earare viaae
)
r
Another 'ScandaK For MU;
$70.58 Trophy Has Weight
Lifter. Anderson Called Prof
Empire Honey, Barge Royal,
Maria Stuardo, Elko Other
Starters In $650 Sprint
i t

:Ar, ACCTST 7, IS!J

. i Antonio EskildsenV stout-hearted Argentine Argentine-bred
bred Argentine-bred horse, Bradomin, and the Victory Stable's
, speedy Hurling Park, fresh from impressive victor victories
ies victories last week, clash head-on in tomorrow's featured
$650 seven-furlong dash forOlass C imported thor thoroughbreds
oughbreds thoroughbreds at the President Remon racetrack.

ADD; BRADOMIN, SPORTS Viern Viern-Rounding
Rounding Viern-Rounding out the field ol six
scheduled starters are Empire Hon
ey, Barge Royal, Maria Stuardo
and Elko. .
A victory for either Bradomin or
Hurling Park should provide a jui juicy
cy juicy payoff. Both were outsiders last
week and figure to be outranked a a-'
' a-' Tain in the betting by, several of
th ther scheduled starters.

One-time track championship can

didate Empire Honey seems we
probable mutuels favorite. Cristian
Rebolledo will guide the Honey un under
der under a feather of 108 pounds. Em Em-'
' Em-' pire Honey was second to Elko, his
, fast timeout
Trikn ii another who is sure to be

heavily backed in the betting, fol-

lowing riaicuiousiy easy vuiurj,
.-. viva wnnnd ud a creditable third

behind Melendex and Barge Royal

.. i

last week. Fernando Alvares re

places Bias Aguirre aboard Uco.
lie will nack lis pounds.

Barge Royal gets in under 118
pounds and will be ridden this time
by Alejandro Ycaza instead of Brau
lio Baeza.
Maria Stuardo, close up in her

most recent starts, wound up on only
ly only three-quarters' of a length back
of Hurline Park in a mile and one-

eighth test last Sunday. This week's
seven-eighths of a mile may prove
too big a handicap to her style. Her
favorite rider, Virgilio Castillo, will

again be in the saddle.

Leading jockey Aureao vasquei
will be aboard Hurling Park.- This
time under 118 pounds. The short shortened
ened shortened distance enhances his chances
greatly. . :
Ten other prospective thrillers
are included on the program.,

- A

r i, wr iin.m,r if the College All-Stars working at NorthwesWUnlverslty are, left to right, Don Hetieder of
s k HOtD Xva iwh Bill HCTrhman Purdue's Dick Murlev. Notre Dame's Jim Mense," Tulane's Tony Sard.. West Virgimas
' R.tfe Th will PPPose the Cleveland Browns in thf AU-Star Gamen Ch.cgao, Aug. 10. r,

I by-

ii t

Dan

V.

Tomorrow's Racing Card

Majors Launch
All-Out Effort

To Save Minors

NEW YORK-, Aug.' 3 (UPJ-Mat-or
league baseball launched an all
out effort today to save the game
at the minor league grass roots
level. '' ;'

A six' mail' committee plunged

into the job Immediately after corn-

Dillon, Cresceus and Major" Delmar emblazoned the sports pages missioner Ford Trick assigned it

; v.-1
' What with the inaugural of Yonkere Raceway', mjrecey
dentedly long lOS-night meeting run last Wednesday, and the
contesting or the classic Hambletonian at Qoshen the Jofloipintf
Wednesday afternoon, tNri9M trotting, season, scheduled to
run to Woe. JO is moving into its more spectacular phase :vr." :
, Once chiefly a county-fair feature embellished with the rie rie-farlous
farlous rie-farlous acUvities of pitch men, and the specialized sport of the
American hayshaker, harness racing certainly has com? a long
li&'it Charter Oakf big "'event et the

Orand rireuit at Hartford, was worth a javisn jauuu, ana xou

' m- k i t. 9lk Rim "fi" Imsortcii I Mile

-S?n&-Pe4amnShm $450.00 -Pool dM 5I5

FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

lPortal
2 Takeaway
Z Daniel
. i Don Brlgido
v 6 Yosikito
6 (Fru Fru
7 (Joe -

H. Oustines l(Wx
B. Baeza 108
B. Aguirre 116
R. cristian 118
A. Visquez 118
F.: Sinchei 98x
R. L. Gil 108

2n- Rata "Hl-A" lmpeite7 Fi.
Puna $400.00 Foot Cloui 1:15
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1-Rlqui ;5 5 F.i Hidalgo 113
3 -Reynold J. Phillips 113
ft-innahm'i Mate B. Baeza 113

5 CoDadora H. Gustines 107x

8 Newbriehton J. Gongora 110
7n nncheaa A. Vasauez 110

8Amin Didi S. Carvajal I05x

it4 Rata "Spaciar Impertei 5 ffs
Purse $500.00 Poel Closes t45
1 Oliver 8. Carvajal 105x
2 Tr6plco V. Castillo 110
3 Cambrioleur K. Cristian 110

lCoral

2 Arpegio

s Am. Mam

4Nogallno

5 Camberwell
ft Jaqulmazo
7 Gay Spot
8 Encachada

ONE-TWO

A. Valdivia 113
: J. Jimenez 112x
J, PhUllps 110

G. Sanchez lis

h tnH.tnv tirn minutes. Rural' ancionaaos reiusea w

believe, in 1903, that Dan Patch had paced the mile in 1:58.1.-1
In startling contrast with the Yankees .harness racing scene
at the turn of the century we have Yonkers, with
machines and modern comforts, luring more than 22,000 any
old night, most of them with utterly no agricultural or borey
backgrounds, t -, t ':t lf- h ; "''"'I : y,'-
u; We tin the coming Hambletonian, the Kentucky Derby of
.,nrh mnr than S90.000. and Yonkers, ad-

G. Montero Wtvertising the $70,000 Cane Futurity Pace tor Aug. IS, ana if .Cincinnati Redlegs, Horace ?tone-

r. moaigo at i; $75,000 Yonkers Futurity Trot a wee- uupr' t .. f r x nam or tne ew xort iana ana

H. uasunes ax gome two million persons will attena me long rtaceway meci meci-.
. meci-. V. Castillo 113 I ing an,i wm p0Ur millions Into the machines .piling up lncred-

; x h -4. r. v' 1 ibie bites for the state and the stockholders. i ..ILL
10th R. "C" imported 7 Foi. Harness racing now Is referred to as an industry. .At Yonl Yonl-Pune
Pune Yonl-Pune $650.00 Pool Closes 3:40 ers and at Koosevelt Raceway, which closed its meeting lues
4 1 ''; 7 I day night. It has proved that If conducted with confidence-.
1 Bradomin A. Vasquei 1 10 inSDirinit methods cleared of the miasma of racketeers, equine
2 E. Honey. R. Cristian 108 iyCOmDetltion with betting after dark has amazing allurements.

to the task with a directive that if

the minors should collapse the en

tire structure of organized baseball
would be threatened. ''
The eommittee members. Arnold

Johnson of the Kansas Cty Athle Athletics,
tics, Athletics, Joe Cronin of the Boston Red
Sox, and George Medinger of the

Cleveland Indians from the Amen

tan League and Gabe Paul of the

3 Hurling-,Park B. 'Aguirre 118
4 Barge Royal B. Baeza 118
5 M. Stuardo V. Castillo 113
6 Elko ; F. Alvarez 116
11th Race "6" lport4 I Mil

Porta $450.00 Pool Cloiaa.

i Socorrito

3 Bacana
8 Arrabalero
7 (Grimilda
8 (Suzerain
.

B. Baeza 110

F. Hidalgo 108
R. L. Gil 115
A. Credldio 100X
A.- Vasquez 112

1 Rlscal
2 Y. Prince
SW. Apron
4 Vulcanizado

5 P. do Oalei

6-(Vedette

7 (Heritor

4th Raea "C-D", Natives 7 Fgt.

Puna $325 00 Pool Clons 2:20

QUINIELA

1 Lady Edna
2 Julie
3 Apache
4 Petite
5 r-Ika
6 La Enea :
7 Marcellta
Rlna Rol

B. Agillrre 115
A. Gonzales 104
B. Baeza 100

" G. Montero 109x

F. Alvarez 104
. L Oiraldo 120

H. Gustines 105x

R. L. Gil 113

5th Rata 'H" Nativos 4 Fa

Purao $275.00 Pool Cloaas 2:5?

A. Ycaza 108
A. Valdivia 112
B. Aguirre 113

J. Jimenez
B. Baeza.

V. Castillo US

- : Yonkers Wants Hambletonian

v -The rich Hambletoniatf at Goshen. Is modern trotting for a
modern-size stake in old-fashioned surroundings with a toucn
of county-fsi!r hoopla, and nostalgic flashbacks to a more rural

rhi'tTfinihi.tnniori Rnciptv. which suonsors the event, would

like to keep it exactly the "way it is. But there are increasing
108, dtfflcultiesrandMt'sa question ivbethsr. the ace.will be, able to
int.,. remain at Gofche'rT much Tonger. .

Racetrack Tips

By LUIS ROMER

1 Takeaway
2 Bos'nn's Mate
3 Socorrito
4 La Enea
5 Moon Fighter
C Lifeboat
7 Panlcus
8 Tanara i"

3 Jaquimaxo
10 Elko
11- Vedette (e)

Bob Carpenter of the Phliadel

hia Phillies from the National

eld meeting last night and scbed

men another for today.' j

Local Chess News

By JIMMY BRESLDi I
NEW YORK (NEA) No

body, to our knowledge, ever has
accused a weight lifter of being
a PhD.

Nor have claims been made

that they suffer from malnutri

tion. But Judging from tin a a-mount
mount a-mount of charges being hurled

arouna, mese are the only itens
missing from the bill of particulars.

" The push-'em-up business to today
day today is in the midst of a turmoil

which centers around the Olym

pic status of a coupla of t o p

It seems the muscle mea ftre
far more discrlmicaUnz than

far mora discriminating than

Tit MaritftttA altiita mrm LafJ

ed president of the Panama Na-wc ""o people. wea
tinn.i rhi FHr.tinn nioht Bantee, the nuier. was barred

at a meeting held at th Panama, from the Olympics for taking a

Cues Center at the foot of La Cres-! 8 o c 1 1 d excessive $1500

to HU1 and Via Espafia intersec-! throughout a 22-meet period.

tion.

Among other thincs. a yearly'

chess tournament to decide the
Pant ma national champion is be being
ing being planned. A new committee was
appointed to .arrange the system
under which the tournament will
be conducted.

One proposal that was accepted

after lengthy discussion specified

that any player who enters the

tournament without previously prov

ing himself a Class A player will

b required to enter a qualifying
round. ;
Ectries are" being received for the
annual tournament nightly from T
p.m. Deadline for entering is Aug.
: Established Class A players bas

ed on a previous qualifying round

are;. .- - ; ,.
D. Grimaldo V. Jones. F. Perez,

J. Evans, E. .Perez Venero, F. De-:

ms. D Ramos. A. Miro. S. Guerra.

N. Plotnikoff, O. McKay, C. Cunv1

pcmaicn ana vi. jaaruano uar
Cia, f '

It seems that Hoffman, chair chairman'
man' chairman' of 1 AAU weight-Uftlne
group, has 17 of 24 members ei either
ther either on bis payroll or associated
with the barbell manufacturing

Dusineas he has at York. Fa.

Hoffman also publishes one o?
those you-too-can-be-atronier

magazines.

With this, he has been regard

ed as the boss, of welght-liftlnjr

iorzi years ana .juj personal
selections for the various "Mr."
titles always seem to be in ac accord
cord accord with what the Judges vote.
At the recent Mr. Universe
contest at Virginia Beach, Hoff Hoffman
man Hoffman started .. Juggling Judge
when ft appeared his persona,
choice. Chuck Vinci, was in a
Jam. Vinci was running fourth
when Hoffman Inserted a fev
people this side of Mae West and
Jayne Mansfield to pitch for

him.
:; '. o '!
Between apologizing forVlnel's
legs '.'they're skinny" 3hd

nustiing uie juages;' Hoiiirntn
fot Boo 'Schaefer, the leader,
nocked off in the stretch and
Steve Kilsanln, another Hoff Hoffman
man Hoffman entry, was the winner.'''
A .. .... . v-
Horvath, one Of the replaced
iadees.- Immediately went Into

voting a trophy worth $70.58 action. He found the trophy was
centswhile the Amateur Un- in ewe ol AAU limits. .TJ

lngs maximum for such things' Horvath, then had Buck Cowl

you'll remember.

Well, the weight lifters "have
lodged: a claim of professional
Ism against Paul .Anderson, the
mammoth Georgia hill boy .who
can lift a three-family bouse.
Anderson is a pro, they're yell

ing, because, he was a party in

Is $35.

"Unless corrected, this will
undoubtedly result In the big

gest scandal In AAU history, one

ing, the Mr. Universe promoter,
agree with him; In an affidavit,
that the whole affair .was a rlg-

ged-up Job "In the manner of a

The talks thus far are prelimi preliminary,'
nary,' preliminary,' but when some concrete
proposals in Hie method of deliv delivering
ering delivering financial and other support
to the minors la formulated, Frltk

will call another oint major loagu
meeting, ,- .. 'v
"We, recognize that this is not
a minor league problem, but it is

a problem for all ol DaseDau,"

FricM said. "We passed a resolu resolution
tion resolution that we are taking immediate

and positive action to help the

structure of minor league base

, The basic problem, of course, Is
the fading interest in ball games
at the cross roads towns when big

league radio broadcasts, and tele telecasts
casts telecasts bring the action involving the
game's great stars .directly' into

comnetition with the minors.

,'But it must be remembered ty
all of us that we must have the

UON LOSSES

s. w lnoP 1 vanm Vnnlrsr Rnrewnv hflS COndUCted the

XVI mob da jv-tH, ' v

classic for 3-year-old trotters wiin consiaeramo wwiwi

Lew Burton, general manager ai xonKen, wys
fion has dropped 600,000 in operatina the race, which An those
half-dozen years has been worth a total of 560,7. ; In 1951
when Helicopter was the winner, he value came to a record
$117417. : 'y1. v-

i. VTCUb C. U iw ... w m i

Yosikito defray, the big deficit, Yonkers undouoteaiy win move out oi, vm.
B. Blade II picture after another two years, unless the race is. shifted to
Snaerain (e) I its own track.
' Mrhfa!to 1 Vonkers admits for 1957' and J 958, Jt has' definite obUga.
,pMt?"1(SJ tions toward the Hambletonian. But after that, it will beg oh
Fostlnoyien , ,,. hin thot t reonrri a far too heaw for

rars. uaiiigan .ro nk.rn ti the mmnnt e nast. and Goshen traditions

which no longercan be supported at the Good Time, track.

on these stars." Frick said.

President George Trautmen of
the' minors, who came from hia
headquarters In Columbus, 0. to

STATE UNIVERSITY. Pa.'

(NEA) w Besides All-A m e r i c a
halfback Lenny Moore, Penn State
football has lost such fine linemen
as Otto Kneidinger, Frank Reich,

Earl Shumacker and Bill Straub.

make a personal appeal for help,

emphasised mat it was not "char

which will pale by comparison dishonest boxinft promter faking
the Wes Santee tncldefat," pro-'e, fight for his own gate." -r
mises Barton Horvath, a muscle I Hovath's side claims the pro- -building
magazine editor and a Sessional taint reaches the mat mat-Judge
Judge mat-Judge in the recent "Mr. Unl-jter of those 17 business asso asso-verse"
verse" asso-verse" contest at Virginia Beach,1 elates of Hoffman's. 1
Va.the. evenl; at which Ander-1 At last reports, -the Junior
son took part tn the disputed cahmber of Commerce, sponsor
contest, v 1 0f tha Mr; Universe' contest, was

Horvath's fight has reached) in a turmoil, yet Dan .Ferris,
the AAirs national committee. (the AAU's secretary-treasurfr.
He and a group of strongmen has refused to look at tha evi

want tne wnoie Olympic weight- dence

uiung siiuaiion overnauiea oy
the time this country's 10-man
contingent sails for Australia,
It all revolves around a fellow
by the name of Bob Hoffman,
the 58-year-old -coach of j, the
United, States Olympic weight-

lifting team. Hoffman tips the
scales at 260 pounds, which

i would aeefrt tn nnallfv him fnr

ity" me minora were asking tor, the Job. But you can get an

m 5, 'L. i i i wwmf .argument here. ,

'But we went in with our crying

towel," ne said, "we: tow them

we needed hem.

One method proposed by Walter
F. O'Malley, president of the Brook
lyn Dodgers, for a "game of the
wek" television broadcast with
commercial sponsorship, is cure

to get high priority.
The nlan. if it can be worked out.

would set up a fund for the minor
leagues. The majors would share

in the profits of such a venture,
which O'Mal'ey feels would be free
of anti-trust 'complications.

lived tonic
1 it a Uiy. livar eauaaa yon to -aunt
from lndiiMtloB, CM. haartburn, eoa
atlpatlon, beadaohaa. bad brmth, 41
llnaaa, blllonanaaa and akin MamtiliM,
fet Hloaioa from your hnlat today;
Hlgalon 1 a nal tenia to tlM Irrar an4
tatMUna Oat Hiaalaa at ttr

Nache

Camberwell
Empire Honey
Heritor (e)

1 Solito
2 M. Fighter
3 Regia
4 Blrena
5 Chanito

G. Sanchez 114
G. Alfaro 118
8. Carvajal HOx
F. fianche zll3x
: R., Gomez 113

6tk Race "I" Importeo' 7 ft
Porta $550.00 Pool Clotat 3:35
. FIRST RACI OP THi OOUBLI
1 Lifeboat A. Vasquez t110
2 Postinovich H. Gustines 97x
3 Alhajar J. Phillips 109
4 iP. Countess J. Avila 115
5 (Poliz6n K. Flores 113

6 (Gavilan R. L. Gil us

: .'3 f.

Change in Conditions

7th Race "F

Puna $500.00 Fool Cleaas 4:05

. SECOND RACI OF THI DOUBLE
WNesscllffe C. Iglesias 103
2 Quiescence F. Hidalgo 108
3 PanlCus A. Ycaza 113
. 4 Florera A. Reyes R. 115x
3-Iguazu R. Cristian 110
6 Distlngo F. Alvarez 103
7 S. Slipper B. Aguirre 113

a Orn. star a. Baeza jus
9- Oro Purlto V. Castillo 110
10- Mrs. Halllgan A. Vasques 112
11- E. Magic A. Credidlo 102x

PAnHlflnno far the Hambletf.nlfln would have to be chanced

If it is shifted to Yonkers,. conditions that the trotting classic
must be conducted on a mile track. At Yonkers,. with its halt halt-mile
mile halt-mile oval, the distance would be stretched from a mile to a
nule-and-one-slxteenth.
Tonifcers has notified the Hambletonian Society, which meets
this week-end to dUcuss the future of the race, that it would
put up 7 5,000 in added money if It were trotted at the West Westchester
chester Westchester Raceway.: ,; .' v '..Avf-ill :'V.-"..J Z'Z'.

However, it is no secret ij me sociciy siwwca uny
in the project., Yonkers would' make the event worth $100fi00
and more. V''J; ." '-') '''- f-
By: 1959.' the Yonkers plant will have been rebuilt to seat
w.orh; asmnn with the crice of the best reserved seat already

evens lor uiec. o"""" ww
Hambletonian worth $200,000 within a decade. ;
. Meanwhile, what about the Hambletonian of 19567 The ex experts
perts experts regard it as A two-horse affair, with Egyptian Princess
owned by the Clearview Stables of Winthrop, Maine, Earl Averv
driving, a slight favorite over Saboteur, best 2-year-old of 1955
owned by Roland Harriman and Elbrldge Gerry.? t; t

By BEANS REARDON
24 Years m National League
Written for NEA Sarvic.0

QUESTION : The batter squares
off to bunt with a runner from

third base coming- home. The

1 Nacho 4..
2 Metto
3 Redondlta
4 Chepanita
5 Bagdad
6 Curazalefia
7 Uboria
8 Tanara

pitch.

. grabs it then tags the runner out

lmeort4 6 Fgs What's the ruling here Bob

uruggaman. v
i Answer: It Is an error on thov
catcher, a balk on the pitcher

and the run aeoroa.
' Q. With' one out and runners on
first and third base, the batter
flies to center field. The runner
from third base tags up and comes
home. The runner from first base,
goer to second. The throw comes

to tne second baseman, who tries

to tag the runner. He misses, .chas

es the runner and finally makes

the tag. If the throw had gone di directly
rectly directly to first for a force play,
wouldn't the run be disallowed?
Dick Glassman.

. A. No. This type of force on
the last out does not hamper a
run scoring as long as the men
crosses the plate before thovout
la recorded.

0. Can an outfielder jump into

A. Ycaza 113 v the bull pen or the stands to catch

V.Brown 118 'a fly ball Donald McCarthy. -H.
Gustines 105xi A. No. but hetan fall in after
-a r . e Art I -A.-1-t as.. IV II v

i at jc e r .. t i x r

i S

4'' i

A

GET NEW TIRE SAFETY

FlY IMA TO

AND ALL EUROPI

k Now KLM offers you the fastest
most direct route to Europe..
nonstop to Berrnuda
it Your choice of KLMs fatnota
De Luxe Service or economical
: Tourist Class r j.

it KLM serves all major dtiea ol

Europe STopovers arranged

8th Race "I" Natives 5 f,i

Farao $375.00 Fool Chnaa 4:40

QUINIELA rr

i

.' B. Baeza 108
V. Ortega 113
A. Valdivia 115

A. Reyes R. 102x

SLOT MACHINES
Ova Nifhlly iraa
. IM
' ROULETTE
CRAP TABLE

'.' POKER
21 (BLACK JACK)
BAR SERVICE
Ail-Cndittnt4 Solaa

999 htM JflfofNMtlMI tQ& VOW loCQi' 1

"ami or AIS EtVICrj KIM FaNAMA, mC
l TivoU AVa, ToL J 3U ..
- WORID'S 3T ArtUNI

oMaasaaaas 1 aasMaKwss)lsiWkah. emtwrn -waaaaBsaaaatMawaaaBBassvx- m mmmmm

while you

SAVE u? to 'j HEW TIRE COST

with

'T
FACTORY METHOD

RETREADING

o

I tT A ;? Tl

a i

i SAFER STRONGER LAST LONGER
' .TRANSISTHMIAM. HIGHWAY Tel. 3-1501
(Next to National Distillera-Agewood)

el

BACARDI ECCNOCC: Place a shaker .with cracked Ice a teaspoon
ful of sugar, a jigger' of BACARDI COLD LABEL, one egg and a
glass of milk. Shake thoroughly, train nto a Collins glass and add
a pinch of nutmeg. '

r.epare your every day drink with BACARDI, Anejo, of Carta de Oro in High Ball, Ginger Ale or Soda.



1
T 7 i
' '
. L'. Li J -!n j.j
r-
j
u u
kJ kd U

io

v i .'nun nr J7nr

11 1 7 L I ( I

U U U U U U U U U

1 tzJ

RP Assured
Polio Shots

Forthcoming
, WASHINGTON, Aug. 3 (UP) -Panamanian
Ambassador Dr. Joa Joaquin
quin Joaquin J. Vallarino said today he has
received assurances from the White
House that his country will receive
priority in Salk polio vaccine ship-
, .nni4 MctriA..
mean wiu
itions are lifted.
He told the United Press the
tmina will "ureentlv needed", to
fight Panama biggest polio epi epidemic.
demic. epidemic. '' 1
Tha ambassador said he was in
-touch with Mrs. Olga Arias de A A-riai.
riai. A-riai. wife of Panama's President,
and President of the'Panaraaman
.Red Cross, to see if her visit to
iU.chinotnn would expedite the vac
Icine shipments but he added that
jplans for her visit are not yci w
Sain, i --'. lr- ..
V Vallarino said he was Informed
by the White House that President,
jtisennower was persouauy unheal unhealed
ed unhealed in giving priority to vaccine
hir-menta to Panama in view of
the 'pressing need there. He noted.
hmvpow that there are still cer
tain, export restriction which may
cause a delay.
v xaid it was possible that
presidential directive could removej
;ine,s.B; resincuuua.
Vallarino said he is also in close
annih with the Department of State
-.and the Department of Health, E-l
ducation and Welfare to see what
can be done in this matter.
Pnsma Lawyer
;Gsl$ Thznk-You
ieller JFrbm Ike
5, v., ...... -:..,,.:, ;'i;y
2 Miguel J. Jtforeno, Jr., legal ad
viser to the Panama Foreign Mi
Bister, received a, "thank you" let
ter last week from President Ei Ei-(Senhower
(Senhower Ei-(Senhower for his efforts during the
recent meeting ot me tresiaenis
of the American Republics, v -r
-The U.S. President expressed
' "deep thanks for all you did to
make the conference so oustanding
and successful" to Moreno,1 who
served as general coordinator of ar
rangements, and to his assistants.
-Mr. Eisenhower said, "I know
' that to you ... fell an enormous
burden of detailed planning and
hard work. The members of tny
staff have expressed to me their
admiration of your efforts, which,
of course, I share."
In the letten Mr. Eisenhower al
so wrote: "As I look back on my
few brief but crowded days in Pa
nama, my appreciation of the uni
que opportunity to attend a meet'
ing of the Presidents of the Ameri American
can American Republic increases."
WeafterprNM
. This wiithtr rtport, for th 24
heun tndinf 8 a.m. today, It are-'
ftni by th Mttaeralogical tni
: Hydrofraphie Branch of tha Pina Pina--
- Pina-- m Canal Company: .
"J BALBOA CRISTOBAL
TEMPERATURE

Hl9k ........ IS S3
Low 72 75
HUMIDITY
Hiah 94 94
Low 63 72
WIND
(ma, mph)..- 20 v 16
RAIN (inchet) .21 v .. 2.05
WATER TEMP. ;
(inntrharfeon) SO 12
TIDES

SATURDAY, AUGUST 4 1
HI8H LOW'
MS am. 7:29 am,
1:15 a.m. S:06 p.m.
"I need a Jot of men in
WAfii-'
I
f JEAN '
b A SIMMONS

4......
r 1

"Let the people
31st YEAR

US. Seamen Deny

Against Italian Crew Of Andrea Doria

NEW YORK? Aug.1 3. (UP)"
Charges of incompetence and cow
ardice against crewmen of the. I
uuan nner Andrea Dona were
condemned today by some seamen
from the 'Cape Ann, the first ship
to reach the scene of the collision
off Nantucket nine days ago.
. The Pilot, official newspaper
of the National Maritime Union,
quoted NMU members who were
aboard the Cape Ann as saying
the Doria crew performed in "as
seamanlike a manner as possi possible
ble possible under the difficult vcircum-
: stances.1
An able seaman, said be saw
"no signs of mad stampede or
panic" among Doria crewmen. He
said that most of the stories "mal
igning the Italian crew were put
into the mouths of "bewildered,
passengers oj oveneawus
newspapermen."
The Pilot said that charges a-.
gainst the Doria crewmen that
they were first in the lifeboats
could be explained by "what was;
not apparent to the teamen's cri criticsthat
ticsthat criticsthat some crewmer must get
into the boats first, both to man
the oars and to help the passen passengers."
gers." passengers." -.vv4 ,: -A
member of Cape Ann life lifeboat
boat lifeboat crew, Able Seaman Sidney
Miller, said the Italian crew d i d
"a fine fob" .of providing emer
gency lowering gear rope lines,
ftre hoses,, and nets for the pas
25 Hew Employ e$
JoiniPan
Canal Com
Twenty-five employes joined the
Canal organization during the last
two weeks of July, the majority
of whom were hired on temporary
ha sis.
The one new permanent employe
who is from the States is Simon J.
Shea, Metals and Plastic Orthope Orthopedic
dic Orthopedic Technician, who is assigned at
Gorgas Hospital. Shea is from Har
rison, New YorK, Dr. nennetn a.
Turner, third-year resident in
Obstetrics and Gynecology, fro mi
Tillamood, Oregon, has also been
added to the staff at Gorgas Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. -v v1" .1
Six new employes were hired
locally to fill permanent positions.
They are: Margaret L. Elder, clerk
typist, Engineering Division; Dr.
Victor 'R. Hirschmann, Dermatolo Dermatology
gy Dermatology and Syphology Medical Officer,
Goras Hospital;: Irma Leignadier,
general illustrator, Executive Plan Plan-nine
nine Plan-nine Staff; and Estella R. Pollard,
Jo Ann Arosemena, and Carmen
R. Valencia, nurses, Gorgas Hospi
tal.
Keep Tidy
But- Don't Buy r
A Trash Can
NECTON, England. Ana. 3 fUP)
You can't throw money around
ins the "keep Britain tidv" anti-
litter campaign, the Necton Par Parish
ish Parish Council has learned. The coun council
cil council heeded the motto of the clean cleanup
up cleanup program and bought a trash
barrel for Necton. The govern
ment ruied u had no right to
spend money for such an item, i
PMCIS: .75 40
-TODAY-
1:30, 3:26, 5:15, 7:05, 9:00 p.m.
my llf?... Whether they
love me or not!"
REALLY A TRAMP?
! GUY ; JEAN PIERRE
MADISON AUMONT

ITHHrr,

'

JUDITH EVELYN EVELYN VARDEN

AN IXDEPEKSENT- ,?VUP

CSCS"-. A 4

I if ii ii ii ii i n ii w rr i n

hnote the truth end the

PANAMA, R. P, FRIDAY, AUGUST S, 19SS

sengers to clamber down the Do-
ria s suep siae. t. f 1
." Meanwhile, damage sum to-'
laling $827,000 were filed vaster vaster-day
day vaster-day by passsengors and a tex textile
tile textile firm claiming losses in the
sinking of the Doria on July
27, after it collided with the
Stockholm the night before.
Suits, for more than $700,000 were
te be filed today.
'Attorneys suggested today that
Italian lines and the Swedish-American
lines may seek to limit
amounts if money they must pay
in damage suits resulting from the
coiusion ot tneir ocean liners.
Four crew members of the lin
er Stockholm said yesterday the
first few. lifeboats from the sink
ing Andrea Dona to reach their
ship contained mostly men, many
of whom appeared to be crew per
sonnel. ,,,
One said that the frantic pat-
'Inevitable' End
To Sleel Strike
Still I!ol Reached
NEW YORK, Aug. S (UP)
"Fine Print" non-economic con
tract details dragged out today the
"inevitable" settlement of the na
tion's crippling steel strike.
David J. McDonald, United Steel
workers president, declared last
night, "today will be the big day."
But another top union official
told the United Press: v
"We thought we would have this
thing in the bag yesterday..
"Our goal for ending the strike
is today, although some hitch may
prolong the inevitable until tomor
row.
Negotiators of both' sides work worked
ed worked into the night yesterday to end
the industry's costliest and third
longest strike, n'orir.z its 34th
day. Both sides .aid formal sign signing
ing signing of the contracts needed only
agreement on non-economic details.-,.
4
The 650.000-member Steelworkerx
Union formally ended its strike a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the nation's 13th largest ba basic
sic basic steel producer last night
irucime Meet Company's 13,000
workers in three states- went back
to the mills today with the sign signing
ing signing of a three-year pact in the
strike's first major break.
One still smaller steel company,
Lukens Steel, had signed with the
union Monday. h ;
18-Year-Qld 7
Gringa Slaps -?i
Roman Policeman
ROME, Aug. S (UP) Elizabet Elizabet-ta
ta Elizabet-ta Giovanni Liotti, of New York,
went to jail here today for slap slap-pint;
pint; slap-pint; policeman.
Policeman Donato Cairo said
. a ... .. .
uie 10-year-oia American gin ea-J
lerea a lorDiacen area of uampi uampi-no
no uampi-no airport while saying goodbye
to a friend. When he asked her to-1
leave she insulted him and slapped
him twice, he said.
Miss Liotti was charged with!
"reristance and ou trace tn a nuh-i
lie officer in the exercise of his.'
luncrions.

Drums Of Grand, Army Of Republic Stilled for Ever

With Death Of Albert Woolson, Last Of

1
DULUTH. Minn.. Aug. 3 (UPW
nlie drums of the once-mighty
Grand Army of the Republic were
H'-illed for eternity yesterday.
AJebrt woolson, 109. an obscure
drummer boy who outlived 2- mil
lion other "boys in blue," tended
a glorious, bloody chapter ia mil-
tary history when bis last breath
left him at 10: 45 a.m. ,
His death loft only three sur
vivors of the groat conflict, all
Confederatos.
Wollson had been in coma" at
ISt. Luke's hospital for five days,
ever since early. Saturday morn-
ling
His tough old heart fought for
life with a strength that astounded
this doctors. But they knew there
wasn't a chance that he would
survive the fatal lung congestion.
Woolson 'a death wines out the
Bast living vestige of the armies
which fought and died to preserve
Ithe Federal Union.
AH that is left are the rows of
white crosses in military cemeter-
es and the stone and bronze sta-
Itucs on such battlefields as Get;
tyshurg. Bull Run, Shiloh and the
Virginia Wilderness.
If the South, threo old men
survived of the Confederate ar-

DAILY

country is $afeu Abraham Uneoln.

Cowardice Charges

rvgar "has begun to throw
children Into the lifeboats,; a
drop of about- IS foot," after
Steckhom lifeboats arrived te
aid in 'the rescue.
Carl Quant, chief steward of the
Stockholm, said that Andrea Doria
nieooats, mannea oy seamen, "un
leaded many crewmen or men
who looked like crewmen.
The statement appeared to back
up angry charges made by some
survivors that crewmen of the
stricken Italian liner got off first
and left passengers to l scramble
for themselves. Other passengers.
however, praised the actions of the
crew.
Latest ngures show 54 persons
dead, missing and unaccounted
for. The number was reduced
from 56 Wednesday when two per persons
sons persons listed as unaccounted for call-
from 56 Wednesday when two per persons
sons persons listed as unaccounted for call
ed the Italian Line, owner of the
Dona. :
At least 25 persons are known
to have died in the collision which

Engineers Can Register
For CZ Private Practice

Application forms for the regis
tratiun of architects and engineers
for private practice in the Canal
Zone were drawn up at the first
meeting of the recently appointed
Board of Registration field at JJai
boa Heights. : i ;
Other business concluded at tne
first meeting of the Board mclud
ed the establishment of various fees
in connection with registration and
selection of officers. Col. Hugh M.
Arnold was elected Chairman and
Gerald A. Doyle. Jr. was elected
Secretary of the Group. Other
members of the board are A. A
Mittag, D.A. Yerkqr, and I B
Sartain.
Infant Dies In CZ
EnRoule To Santo
Tomas Hospital
-A Panamanian infant died In
his parents' car on Thatcher
Highway last night while the
couple were bringing him to
town for admission to Santo To Tomas
mas Tomas Hospital. j
Since the death occurred in
the Canal Zone, an autopsy on
the child's body; has been or
dered. "'
The parents of Jose O. Osorio,
jr., 18 months, told Canal Zone
Police -who came to their aid
that the child became ill at
their home in Talamanca, R.P.
on Monday.
- The Osorio couple said they
brought him to Santo Tomas
whece lie was given some in-
ectlons,
Last night they had left Ar Ar-raijan
raijan Ar-raijan and were on the Highway
bound for Santo Tomas when
the child suddenly went limp in
their arms.
He was pronounced dead on
arrival at Gorgas Hospital.
Nm'ts which tried te beat the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees and failed gallantly;
They art John Sailing, 110, of
Slant,- Vs., Walter W. William&l
14, of 1-ranklin, Tex and Wil William
liam William A, Lundy, 108, Laurel Hill,
Fla.
When Sailing 1-h e a r d Woolson
was gone, he said VGod bless you
Yankee. 1 hope you go to rest. J
hope to see you sometime."
Ulysses S. Grant HI, descendant
ot tne greatest of the union-gen
erals. said at Clinton, N.Y.. that
the death "marks the end of a
great epic in our history."
-may ne rest in peace end re rejoin,
join, rejoin, the happy comradeship of the
noys in Blue wno preceded him,
Grant said.
Woolson, who, never actually
saw name in mo war, will prob probably
ably probably be buried Monday at Park Park-hill
hill Park-hill Cemetery In this iron ship shipping
ping shipping port en the banks of Lake
Superior.'...'
A military escort 109-strona for
every year of Woolson's life will
accompany the casket. Six enlist
ed prmy men will be pallbearers
ana, military planes will fly over
Duluth. The old man's last sakte
will be taps and a salvo from Tin
eight-man firing party.
In his last years, Woolson loved,

AUG 6 1956

NEWSPAPER

n 117,0111

" i ana a

FIVE CENTS
is being investigated by a special
congressional subcommittee, head-1
ed by Rep. Herbert C. Bonner JJW
, Quant and three other Stockholm
crewmen, Carl Hugo P e r s s o n.
chief steward, tourist class, his
assistant, Waldemar Trasbo, and
Curt Dawe, chief purser, were
questioned at a news conference.
Quant said occupants of the first1
lifeboats who appeared to be crew-!
men spoke only Italian.,
"They were wearing gray life-
jackets,'' he said. ."I think they
were mostly not seamen,, but prob
ably kitcnen or pantry.' men. .
, were more passengers, but we
were surprised that there were weren't
n't weren't more women and children in
them. ';'
"The first boats were not fully
loaded they could have taken
more aboard."
. Persson said "Most of the early
arrivals in lifeboats were men."
Dawe said he didn't' see any
lifeboat "entirely filled" with
crewmen. ?
The application forms for regis registration
tration registration will be printed and will be
available for distribution to pro pro-spectre
spectre pro-spectre registrants about or be before
fore before Sept. 1, Individuals, desiring
the required forms for registra registration
tion registration should apply to the Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary of the Canal Zone Board .of
Registration for Architects and
Professional Engineers, Box 7, Bal
boa Heights..v:,:.!H.,i'.u-y:,:T, yy
The foe for registration will be
$15.00. The application foe for ar architect
chitect architect or engineer in training
will be $16, while a $15 fee was
established for second-stage re registration.
gistration. registration. The annual renewal
fee for registration will be $5.00,
but no annual dues will be re re-ajuired
ajuired re-ajuired in the- calendar year in
which the initial license Is issued.
While registration of architects
and engineers will be limited to
citizens of the United States and
Panama, the regulations provide
for the temporary registration ofj
outers wno are, noi citizens oi uiese
countries. A $5 fee will be charged
for these temporary registrations.
Copies of the regulations govern
ing the registration of arcnitects
and engineers are now available
and may be obtained upon request
by interested individuals from the
Admmisirauve nrancn at oaiooa
Heights. --
IIHE51HHJHE3
One fort obout lioht that most
people ogree on is that it gets
here too early in the morning,
his cigars, birthdays, the newspa newspapers
pers newspapers he could barely read, and vi visits
sits visits with old friends.
On Memorial Day, established in
memtry of. his fallen comrades,
he' generally led the -town's parade.
But on last Memorial Day he en entered
tered entered the hospital for the last time.
One of his old delights, the an annual
nual annual encampment of the Grand Ar Army
my Army uf the Republic, was long a
thing of the past. v .?
t the organisation, once 409-000
strong, could muster only Wool Wool-son
son Wool-son and six other oldsters when it
held its last encampment at India India-napolia
napolia India-napolia seven years ago.
' Then the other GAR members be began
gan began U fall away until, with thei
deain- 01 111-year old James :. A
Hard of Rochester, N. Y. in 1353,
vrouison was tne pniv union sol soldier
dier soldier left: He was the GAR's senior
clficer by that time.
Woolson's death moans the last
ot the CAR. It alto wipes' out the
nation's Civil War votorans pen pension
sion pension fund, which paid WooUen
$129 a month.
Woolson Wftft born. in Wafertnwn
im. x. on ,J)"eD. U, 1847.-He spent
his youth in the East and once
heard Lincoln debate the slavery
question. .. --. 1
men the war cams and Wool-1

Don i Give

Lanal Zone Schools Re-Open Sept 7
An expected 15 percent increase' It has' been reauested that aoDli- la: Snnthwest tt sta t.k.

in junior high school enrollments
five per cent increase in
senior high school students will
bring the total enrollment in the
United States schools in the Canal
Zone to a record 7,000 when they
reopen next montn. This figure in
eludes kindergarten and j u n i o r
college projected enrollments.
Canal Zone school officials have!

of
United States schools on the
ZonetWill ree.peij?Fridaviept, 7,'
for the 1956-57 term. Many newt
teachers, alterations, and improve improvements
ments improvements to several school buildings,!
and a few changes in school dis districting
tricting districting are on scheduled for the
new term.
Tne expeciea enrollment ngures
are: junaerganens, ow; elemen elementary
tary elementary schools, 4,055; junior high
schools, 961; senior high schools,
1,199; and the Canal Zone Junior
College, 185. These figures repre represent
sent represent only a slight change from the
actual enrollments last year, tor
the kindergarten and elementary
schools, but with higher enroll
ments in secondary schools.
: The teaching staff of the el
moratory schools will remain tha
same, numerically, as that of
last year. Five additional teach teachers
ers teachers are te be employed for sec secondary
ondary secondary school. v ; f :
Up to last month 17 new teach
ers nad been employed in the Unit
ed States.
9 Drowned As
(CO-Tcn Collier
Sinks Oli Sydney
SYDNEY." Australia. Aug. 5
(UPV A 600-ton collier went
down irt neavy seas woay jusi ue-
one was reported missing and only
four survived. x l t
' Signal officer W. Gosling ; said
Ka ua cianalino th Birchcrove
Park, instructions for entermg th6
harbor wnen me snip ui u u-appeared."
appeared." u-appeared." Survivors said the
ship's cargo, of coal shifted and
pulled the vessel over on its side
The British submarine Thorugl
rescued one survivor and the mine
Waeea nicked up anoti
er. The two others reached shoie
in a splintered lifeboat,
Civil Defense
Meetings -Slated
'
The Rainbow Citv Civil De
fense" Volunteer Corps will hold
their monthly meeting Wednes
day,; August 6 at 6:30 p.m. In
the school. -
The towns of. Gampoa ana
Santa Cruz will hold their
monthly Civil Defense meeting
on Thursday, August s. The laj
dies of Gamboa.will meet at 9
a.m. at the Civic. Center and
Santa Cruz ladles will meet at!
the service Center at 8 p.m. 1
All members of the respective 1
townsltes Civil Defense Volun-1
teer Corps are urced to attend I
as there will be final arrange arrangements
ments arrangements made for Operation Alert
1956 scheduled for August 13.
1956. and clans will be made for 1
the forthcoming National Civil
Defense Week.
fr. 1 .i-1 1 i .;i j
tine Bjcueiiti puuuu ia mvitea
to attend. r
Boys IriBlue
4?
son's father lost a leg at Shilloh.
His son now a 16-year-old Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota boy took his place. '
Young Woolson joined the 'colors
on Oct. 4, 1864, when the war was
almost over. He became a drum drummer
mer drummer boy in Company C of the
First Minnesota Heavy Artillery
and went to Tennessee, where he
served in various garrisons.
On Sept. 27. k 1865. the voune not.
diet was mustered out and return returned
ed returned to Minnesota to take up a hard
pioneer life.
His father died of his wounds
two weeks after his son' left the
army. -.. ..-
Young Woolson worked for 16
years es a wood turner at St. Pe
ter Minn.
lt was during those years Jhat
he saw the bandits Jesse Jamos
and 'Cole Younger fleeing from'
the Northfiold, Minn, bank rob.
bery which proved te be the un undoing
doing undoing of the Jamos gang.
The young veteran also started
a family which grew to the point
that he now leaves eight children,
11 grandchildren, 15 great grand grandchildren
children grandchildren and four great great grand
children. r-
Trree of .his six daughters were
beside his bed when he died.

an uncanny knack of predicting struction of covered passageways tics. . ,,
the total enrollment of school year and bus-loading platforms are a- James Kiskin; of Lorain" Ohio
after year, and many time miss (mong the improvements being University of West Virginia- BaU
the final figures by only two or made during the school vacation boa junio high school -three.;
Their estimates are f a r, season.. ; -- s ; I MUton Polarj,- of New Britain,
more than educated guesses, be- ve:- t r :- -:;;;-'ICoini;;Nortlieastent v University:
ing based on studies oyer a periodl interiors are teing painted at Balboa junior high schooL
of many weeks covering various the Cana; Zone Junior College, An-i
Zone- communities. r. jcon kioderogrten, Diablo Heights!' Lorine --White, nf siitnov- v.h.

fore reaching the saiety ot ayoney Mi8si8sippl southern- Cristo- ft completed and presented
harbor. s jbal High School- ohvsicai educa. to the 0Perator's desk in the Li-
Nine erew members drowned Si My" eauc i cense Section. Civil Affairs Build.

Read

UpaMoiti; Relief Alted;

'cations be made at the office of
:the Superintendent of Schools. Ap-
plicants for elementary or. junior
hign school teaching positions
should have bachelor degrees and
professional certification, or ita
equivalent in educaiton credits,
while applicants for high school
work require; master degrees.
Paintin" anundnrnofinff anH inn.'
srhnhk and twtfh mpn's ami wnm.
en's jcollegt dormitories, Soaed
proofing ia.ling:lOTeiat,Bal!
junior Hign acnoo, jmo e uia
um neigmg mau iiurin margarua
Elementary schools. Additional
covered jassage ways and bus
loading platforms are being con
Istructed at Balboa High School,
Balboe Junior High
acnooi, and
me Junior College.

ine Ancon gymnasium is being mmton State Teachers College College-remodelled
remodelled College-remodelled to. provide new and Mary Brennan, of New Bedford'.'
improved offlcer s t o r a g e, and Mass., Fitchburg Teachers Col-dressing-room
space. v ( lege; Evelyn Home, of Birming-
A full-time physician is expect j ham, Mich., Michigan State; Ray
ed to join the school staff thisimond Fanning, of Baltic. Conn-
1r A f j, ....... i lirMi: a: m i ..

: A few changes in ochool dl dl-tricting
tricting dl-tricting are planned. Fort Davis
first-graders will attend South
Margarita instead of Gltun.
France Field grades 14 will, at attend
tend attend North instead of S e u t h
Margarita; and grades 5 and 4
from CocevSolito will attend
Cristobal elementary instead of
North Margarita, on the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side.' Pacific side changes
include the fourthgradors from
Albrook ,Air Force Base, who
will attend at Balboa instead of
Fort Kobbe,- and gradoe kinder kindergarten
garten kindergarten from Curundu Heights,
who will attend at D I a b I e
Heights this year .iiuteed of Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. .-f : ...': ''
The list of new
teachers employed up
.s :, .cnoOi
to
1 1 aii
month, their home-towns, the col
leees from which thev wkre erad.
uated, and their assignments fol-
jows
Jvlax Ackermanj; of Chiloco, Ok-
nan's Body
(n Folk's River s
sent. a. at W . '''
panamaniant
ine ooay 01 Muriel 1. Urary,4fl,
who- lived in the
Phoenix Buildinir in Pnlnn w
found floating early this week in
the Folk's River lagoon' near the
slaughterhouse.. v ;
It was sent to Gorga Hospital
for" autoosy. ; '. -s v
Preliminary investisation by the
Canal Zone police disclosed that
the deceased woman was thought
to be sometimes mentally unbal

r Margaret Clayton, of PerkinstoriJ new "cense, an:appneation

ance?, ana mar sne was inclined; your own age and spirit
to wander in the area where the 'find vour hanoines's.'"

body was recovered.
Y She was last seen
abve last
Sunday.
Her body was. identified bv her
sister, tPauline ; Palmer. ; v v
Shows: 2:57,' 4:58, 6:57, 8:00
x -.
0.75 0.40
1
Mary
MURPHY
it Ray Ray-MI
MI Ray-MI ULAN D
.
Ill r-

L U X f
THE BEST i
parking r V y

A MAtlMr
.Ml,,... ., 1

story on pagz, 8

.ers Colleee: Balboa iunior hick
school: English.
Luis Fattorisi, of Perth Amboy,
N. J.: "Rutgers: Cristobal h i e h
school; English and business
William Garber, of Covington
Va.; Lynchburg Colleee: Cristobal
junior high school; mathematics.
I James Hunt, of Bemidji, Minn;
IBemidii Teachers Cattpee- rricfa.
hai iiininr hint, eMinnl.
TTrmroT-citw ;... n.n.
junior JiigH, 4schooluEp"UVh -T
; elementary grades, their home
towns ana colleges, include
Betty Thomas, of Brazil, A- Ind 4
!Tndiana State; Dora Hardy of
. Cleveland, nhin wimi mk;.u
Dorothy Helmkamp, of Denverl
Colorado University; Joan C r u n-
: 1 ert. Of T.ishnn Tsnlsr Mi
Willimantic Teacher Col Ipse- Sam
Queen, of Waynesville, N.C., West Western
ern Western Carolina; and Eart Sharick, of
Lacon, 111., Illinois State Normal
University. 4 i' v ;
'.!'" -'"' 1 ii y -' j
CZ Lipens Sec!!cn
Issis Reminder
To Local Drivers ; r
A reminder has been issued to
motorists by the License Section
that driver licenses are issued for
three years and expire, on the
driver's birth month in the vear
indicated on the; license. Licenses
may be renewed approximately a
- ,0Lh to n tin
... --- --
,nTLZ, r 'IVY r ea
!?.d Permitihave been issued or
i!nZ Dy ineiJcense Mctl"i
ing. Ancon. or at the Police Driv
er Examiner Office, Building 1029,
Roosevelt Avenue, Cristobal, with
old license, and two license size
photos A. renewal fee of S1.00 is
charged. ''wri:it ":;
Most drivers'' licenses e x p 1 r e
this year since the last general re,
newal of licenses was three years
ago at which .time the system of
issuing licenses on the birthmonth

."1of the individuals was adopted;

I ' i
Radio Moscow f
Gives Love Talk
On Siberia r ; "",
. LONDON, Aug 3 VUP u. R
north yeung man, to Siberia, radio
Moscow advi'ed yesterday.
remaps mare among people of
you will
ine aavice was contained In
brodea(it "Ta'k. on love.'!
"I-pve mav hel you to perform
deeds of glory for the motheiS
land,", the radio said, 1 v
CENTRAL
. YOUR FAVORITE
1
1 THEATRE .,
Shows: 12:50, 2:39, 4:34, 1:47,
$:00 "wl5 .40
A LIBERAL
LAUGH EDUCATION!
In VistaVision!
Running WIU
v. fA500
Beautffuf
Coeds
aaSajatl iq i
PfDCH
;
II

"'vX" 1 -"- 1
I V J I

V1

.-at-' t